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Part D Rebates Would Save $145Bn, CBO Says; Small Change Compared To ACA Repeal

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Part D rebates remain a large potential savings for legislators if and when they look at Medicare reforms. But in the upcoming push to repeal the ACA, the $145bn potential savings from rebates looks almost trivial.

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