An article from MedPage Today highlights a recently-commissioned study from Partnership for Part D Access that raises concerns with CMS’s proposed regulation that would allow Medicare plans to increase their use of "utilization management" in Part D. "We found that the story line that says all drugs are supposed to covered is actually not true," said Catherine Finley, who spoke on behalf of the Partnership. "On average, across all classes, only 67% of all drugs are covered," she continued. The article goes on to point out that "while CMS officials say their proposals are aimed at making the Part D drug market more competitive, most of the patients are already using generic versions of brand-name medications."
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