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Unintended Consequences: The Potential Impact of Medicare Part D on Dual Eligibles with Disabilities in Medicaid Work Incentive Programs

Hall, J.P., Moore, J.M., & Shireman, T.I. (2005). Unintended consequences: The potential impact of Medicare Part D on dual eligibles with disabilities in Medicaid work incentive programs. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

Topic: Health/Employment for People with Disabilities 
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: A safety net is required for situations in which enrollees are unable to obtain critical or life-sustaining medications, which can arise when either the drug is not on formulary and/or is being used off-label and the appeals process has been exhausted, or when patients cannot afford the co-payments for the numerous medications they need.

 

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