Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 6th, 2009
Study investigators found that although the implementation of the Medicare Part D benefit was associated with a sizable initial reduction in out-of-pocket drug spending and a meaningful increase in the use of selected essential medications, the benefit was not evenly distributed throughout the year. Many patients reached the coverage gap (or “doughnut hole”) before the...
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