Throughout 2016, we looked at how different groups of beneficiaries – from seniors to minority communities to individuals with lower-incomes – rely on Medicare to access their needed prescription medications.
Take, for example, Katie, Mateo and Diane – three hypothetical Medicare beneficiaries who qualify for the Part D Extra Help Program, also known as the low-income subsidy for prescription drug coverage.
We also looked at the tradeoffs of personalized treatment vs. one-size-fits-all standards and how proposals to change Part B could hurt the overall quality of care Medicare patients (like these four hypothetical Medicare beneficiaries) receive.
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