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Want to Monitor Medicare's New Drug Benefit Program? Start by Sending a Check for $120,000

Dana Goldman and Daniel McFadden

The Economists' Voice, 2008, vol. 5, issue 4, 1-4

Abstract: Medicare Part D is a bold experiment in the public/private provision of health insurance. Both researchers and beneficiaries need access to data to see if it works, but the government is stonewalling, according to Dana Goldman and Daniel McFadden.

Date: 2008
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