National Grange urges Congress to Act on Unaffordable Out-Of-Pocket Medicare Part D Costs

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The National Grange joined a group of 132 organizations representing older Americans which is asking key committees of Congress to reduce Part D out-of-pocket costs for patients as it drafts its budget reconciliation package. Increases in patient out-of-pocket costs leads to lower drug adherence, higher mortality and increased overall health care costs.

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