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A Second-Half Story: Medicare Plans, Wall Street and the Future of Part D

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

The three most aggressive Medicare Part D bidders are thrilled with how their bets are paying off so far. The next challenge: translating market share into profits and proving to investors that they can make Medicare pay in the long term.

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