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AAM Says Seniors Are Missing Out On Medicare Savings

The US Association Has Urged Policymakers To Modernize Medicare Part D

Executive Summary

The AAM’s latest study reveals that the Medicare Part D program continues to underperform compared to commercial plans in providing patients with access to generic medicines. The industry association has also urged policymakers to modernize Medicare Part D.

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