Medicare Rx “Nondiscrimination” Rule Will Be Hard To Apply, Group Says
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
A plan requiring higher copayments for more costly drugs is one example in which it would be difficult to prove exclusion of beneficiaries whose conditions can only be treated with expensive drugs, Kaiser Family Foundation issue brief says.
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