part d

The federal government popped the cap off drug spending on April 30, detailing doctor-by-doctor and drug-by-drug how Medicare and its beneficiaries spent $103 billion on pharmaceuticals in 2013.
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By Nicole Duritz
Medicare's prescription drug benefit saves taxpayers billions of dollars by dramatically reducing hospital admissions, a new study shows.
The average monthly premium for a basic prescription drug plan under Medicare Part D will be just $1 higher next year, the government projects.
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