Published in Pharma Law Weekly, August 17th, 2004
But a bewildering array of choices among more than 5 dozen drug cards is causing confusion among older and disabled Americans and limiting enrollment in the 2-month-old program, said the study prepared for the nonpartisan, not-for-profit Kaiser Family Foundation.
More than 4 million people, including nearly a million who receive an annual low-income subsidy of $600, have drug cards, although most were automatically enrolled by their HMOs or state pharmacy assistance program. The card is temporary, to...
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