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Thoughts on the two-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act

Palm Beach Post - March 23, 2012

“Medicare beneficiaries whose drug expenses reach nearly $3,000 fall into what’s called the doughnut hole, when they lose drug coverage until they hit a cap of about $6,500 out-of-pocket. The new health law has discounted the price of drugs purchased during that period, and eventually does away with the hole. According to the administration and Americans United for Change, 5.1 million Medicare beneficiaries would have paid an average of $635 more for their prescription drugs without the ACA doughnut hole benefit.”

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