Research on Health Reform Looks at Costs and Affordability Issues
August 28, 2009 | Publication | Policy Research

A new report by grantee the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, concludes that by lowering the amount that Medicaid and Medicare pay for prescription drugs, Congress could generate substantial savings to help pay for comprehensive health reform that could achieve universal coverage. The report, Reducing Medicaid and Medicare Drug Costs Could Help Pay For Health Reform, is part of a series on health care reform issues.

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