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Promoting Patient Awareness about Prescription Drug Deductibles, CoPays, CoInsurance & Coupons

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PFCD In the States

In an effort to raise awareness of the broad impact of chronic disease across the U.S., PFCD takes a closer look at the cost of chronic disease and opportunities for change that could save lives and health care dollars.
  Hospital care is the largest contributor to commercial health insurance spending growth - 42% of the increase since 2016.
February 3, 2020 (Washington, D.C.) The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD) has released the following statement on the proposed
Kenneth E. Thorpe, Guest columnist 5:00 p.m. CT Jan. 14, 2020   Quality-adjusted life year cost-benefit analyses systemically undervalue the

Sharing Rebates on Diabetes Medicines Could Save People with Diabetes $3.7 Billion a Year

A new study finds that passing along rebates and discounts directly to patients at the pharmacy counter could save individuals with diabetes $3.7 billion per year, or $791 per person if the full rebate is shared.

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