There's nothing simple about the new Medicare prescription discount card program, which gets started in two weeks. There are a lot of cards that have been approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Washington: 49 from 28 "general card" sponsors -- 30 are national -- and then there are 43 Medicare managed care drug sponsors of cards representing 84 Medicare Advantage health plans. There is uncertainty over who is going to pay how much for the 10% to 25% discounts promised ...

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