The Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health Medicare Prescription Drug Survey – Toplines
These toplines are part of a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health that examines public opinion on the Medicare prescription drug debate. The survey, a follow-up to a broader, more comprehensive survey released in June 2003 about the Medicare program and proposed changes, finds that a majority of seniors want Congress to pass Medicare prescription drug legislation this year, but most worry that they will still pay too much for drugs even if Congress acts (September 2003).
also of interest
- Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plans: The Marketplace in 2013 and Key Trends, 2006-2013
- Medicare Part D: A First Look at Plan Offerings in 2014
- Public Opinion Polling on Raising the Age of Medicare Eligibility: Historic Trends and Current Nuances
- The Public's Health Care Agenda for the 113th Congress