Seniors Saved $460 Million On Drugs Because Of Health Reform

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"Seniors Saved $460 Million On Drugs Because Of Health Reform"

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced today that seniors saved more than $460 million on prescription drugs as a result of an Affordable Care Act’s provision that offers rebates to seniors who fall into the Medicare Part D doughnut hole. The Republican budget in the House would re-open the coverage gap.

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