MEDICARE Rx DRUG COVERAGE - IF INCLUDED IN HEALTH REFORM -- UKELY TO REQUIRE HIGHER DEDUCTIBLE THAN PROPOSED BY CLINTON, WHITE HOUSE AIDE JENNINGS PREDICTS
The deductible for any Medicare outpatient drug program is likely to be higher than $250, the amount proposed in the President's Health Security Act, White House Senior Health Policy Advisor Chris Jennings predicted at a July 27 Drug Information Association symposium on health care reform.
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