Table: Bangladesh Prescription Drug
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The Medicare Prescription Drug
Coverage Act of 2001 and Breaux-Frist I and II--both modeled after the Federal Employees Health Benefit Plan that gives all Congressional members and 9 million other federal employees a choice of a range of health-care plans that best suit their families' needs--were all sent to the Senate Committee on Finance in February.
Industry Forecast 148 Latin America 148 Argentina 149 Table: Argentina Prescription Drug
Market Indicators, Historical Data and Forecasts 150 Brazil 151 Table: Brazil Prescription Drug
Market Indicators, Historical Data And Forecasts 152 Chile 153 Table: Chile Prescription Drug
Market Indicators, Historical Data & Forecasts 154 The World Prescription Drug
Market Report Aug 2013 (c) Business Monitor International Page 7 Colombia 155 Table: Colombia Prescription Drug
Market Indicators, Historical Data and Forecasts, 2009-2017 156 Mexico 157 Table: Prescription Drug
Sales Indicators, 2009-2017 158 Peru 159 Table: Peru Prescription Drug
Market Indicators, Historical Data and Forecasts, 2009-2017 160 Venezuela 161 Table: Prescription Drug
Sales, 2009-2017 162
Kaiser Family Foundation, Prescription Drug
Coverage for Medicare beneficiaries: A Side-by-Side Comparison of S.
However, while the White House was campaigning for its version of Medicare reform, several state governments were forming a coalition that takes a completely different route toward reducing the costs of prescription drugs
According to independently funded public policy analysts, the most important factor in the Medicaid budget shortfall is the rapidly escalating price of prescription drugs
Walters today released a new White House analysis that shows alarming trends in teen abuse of prescription drugs
and cough and cold medicines to get high.
Eliminates language that prohibits the Secretary of Health and Human Services from negotiating prices for prescription drugs
furnished under the Medicare program.
benefit programs are designed to extend coverage to individuals without any benefits to specific groups through their Medicaid programs or by creating a non-Medicaid program to allow specified groups to purchase drugs at the Medicaid price minus a discount.
This premium would pay for covering 50% of the beneficiaries' prescription drug
One Southern California senior is dubious of Gore's prescription drug
chairman of the House Commerce Committee, predicted passage of prescription drug
legislation that would cover elderly Americans and offer subsidies for those who can't afford the drugs.