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Part D and the Exchanges: Not A Perfect Analogy

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

In the run up to its launch in 2006, Part D was politically controversial and there was considerable skepticism about the logistical challenges for implementation. That experience is reassuring for implementers of the Affordable Care Act – but advocates should be wary of relying too much on parallels to Part D.

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