As July comes to a close this week, there’s one big birthday left to celebrate – the anniversary of Medicare! On July 30, 1965, Medicare was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson. This week, as we celebrate 51 years of Medicare, we wanted to highlight some of our Medicare resources.
Interested in Part D? Here are some of our favorite Part D resources:
- 3 Medicare Part D videos
- What actually happened with Medicare Part D
- Drug coverage before and after Medicare Part D
- Why changing the structure of Part D could hurt beneficiary access
We’ve also got you covered with a number of Part B 101 resources, including “3 things to know about Medicare Part B,” “What is ASP?” and “Why Average Sales Price works.” For all of our Part B resources, visit: PhRMA.org/PartB.
Nicole Longo Nicole is senior director of public affairs at PhRMA focusing on Medicare, 340B, importation and more. She previously worked for a D.C.-based public affairs firm where she assisted a wide range of clients with communications efforts on everything from trade policy to agriculture policy to health care policy. Outside the office, Nicole can be found trying new restaurants (usually Italian), taking an occasional barre class and cheering on the Cincinnati Bengals.