Part D Could Save By More Efficient Disenrollment Of Inmates, CMS Says
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
CMS establishes an approach to more efficiently disenroll prison inmates from Medicare Part D coverage with the aim of saving $965 million over 10 years on improper payments.
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