New research reveals impact of default insurance plans

More than one half of low-income elderly Medicare Part D recipients don’t opt out of their randomly assigned prescription drug insurance plan within the first five years of eligibility, leading to lower drug usage for chronic conditions such as diabetes and hypertension and unnecessary financial hardship according to new study from the scholars from the University of Chicago, Harvard Medical School, and the National Bureau of Economic Research. Read article here…

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