Poor understanding of the new Medicare Part D drug benefit program resulted in low favorability ratings when it launched in 2005, just as unfamiliarity is resulting in low enthusiasm for the soon-to-come health insurance exchanges.
A new report from the Center on Health Insurance Reforms at Georgetown University examines how lessons learned when launching the drug benefit program can ease HIX rollout across the nation. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation sponsored creation of the report.
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