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Carrots Or Sticks: Which Way Might Medicare's Protected Classes Reforms Go?

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UnitedHealthcare program for commercial members offers some implications. MyScripRewards encourages less costly HIV treatments using financial rewards, underscoring insurers’ tendency to favor carrots over sticks when it comes to coverage policies for such drugs.

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