In the August 9/23, 2010, issue, Millett and colleagues1(p1327) wrote,
Mean out-of-pocket annual expenditures on all medications decreased by 32% . . . from $1011 to $691, in the year after Medicare Part D was implemented compared with the year before in all Medicare beneficiaries participating in the M[edical] E[xpenditure] P[anel] S[urvey].
Briesacher BA, Madden JM, Soumerai SB. Caution in Generalizing Part D Results to Medicare Population. Arch Intern Med. 2011;171(4):366–367. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2011.9
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