The researchers also found that in subsequent analyzes.

Hsu and colleagues write that The low level of knowledge in this study beneficiaries the need for improved education and tools for Part D to reinforce the lack of knowledge or[ lack of planning] could limit potential intended cost-sharing effects. Promoting more rational use of resources. Lack of awareness beneficiaries beneficiaries ability to avoid higher costs for drugs. Increased efforts by Medicare and health plans to beneficiaries about the details of their Part D cost-sharing structures and levels to educate be to be.

Medicare beneficiaries ‘ knowledge of part D Prescription Drug program Benefits and Responses to Drug Costs John Hsu;. Vicki Fung, Mary Price, Jie Huang, Richard Brand, Rita Hui, Bruce Fireman, Joseph P. Newhouse JAMA. 2008 and 299 :1929 – 1936th Click here.Used with permission of to can entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report see, search the archives and log to publishes for e-mail with an for Imperial Daily Health policy coverage from strongly supports emperors network. A free service of of The Henry Y. Kaiser Family foundatio 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.

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