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Part D Plans Offer Broad Drug Access For Dual Eligibles, With Some Exceptions - OIG Study

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Vytorin, Lunesta and Avapro are among eight drugs that are covered by fewer than 75% of plans available to beneficiaries eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid.

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