Changing Part D Donut Hole “A Very Expensive Fix,” Daschle Notes
Changing the "donut hole" in Medicare Part D drug reimbursement and allowing the government to negotiate prices for seniors' medicines will be on the table as the Obama Administration develops its health care proposals
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