Casey Seeks To Expand Part D Low-Income Subsidy Program

March 07, 2019
The top Democrat on the Senate Special Committee on Aging, Sen. Bob Casey (PA), introduced two drug-pricing bills Thursday (March 7), including one that would expand the Medicare Part D low-income subsidy program to include more individuals. Casey’s second bill, co-sponsored by committee Chair Susan Collins (R-ME), would guarantee that Medicare and Medicaid drug cost data are posted annually. Casey touted the bills at an aging committee drug-pricing hearing Thursday. Casey’s Medicare Extra Rx Help Act would expand the number...

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