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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

National Surveys of Pharmacists and Physicians, Findings on Medicare Part D

Two national surveys conducted and analyzed by the Kaiser Family Foundation show that substantial majorities of pharmacists and physicians believe that the prescription drug law is helping people on Medicare save money on their medications. At the same time, a majority in both professions report that Medicare beneficiaries who they…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Toplines: National Survey of Pharmacists, Findings on Medicare Part D

These toplines provide the results of a 2006 national survey of pharmacists on their views and experiences related to the new Medicare drug benefit.Topline (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Toplines: June 2006 Kaiser Health Poll Report

These toplines include selected findings from the June 2006 Kaiser Health Poll Report Survey, a bimonthly survey designed to provide key tracking information on public opinion about health care topics.Toplines (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health National Survey of the Public’s Views on Medicare

Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard School of Public Health National Survey of the Public’s Views on MedicareA new national survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health examines the public’s attitudes and opinions on issues related to the Medicare reform and prescription drug debate. The survey also…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Dual Enrollees: Medicaid’s Role for Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries

Dual Enrollees: Medicaid’s Role for Low-Income Medicare BeneficiariesThis fact sheet describes the low-income elderly population that is eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare, why they need Medicaid, what services they receive from Medicaid, and the current policy challenges related to this population. Fact Sheet (.pdf)

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Low-Income Medicare Beneficiaries: How the House and Senate Prescription Drug Bills Address Their Drug Needs

The House and Senate versions of a Medicare prescription drug bill treat the drug costs of those dually-eligible for Medicare and Medicaid and other low-income Medicare beneficiaries quite differently. The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured cosponsored a policy briefing on the key issues in the two bills that…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Seniors and the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit

The survey, which assessed seniors’ views of and experiences with the Medicare drug benefit, was conducted November 9-19 by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health. It included a nationally representative sample of 718 seniors, including 275 who reported being enrolled in a Medicare drug plan.…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Designing a Medicare Drug Discount Card: Implications of Policy Choices for Medicare Beneficiaries and Plan Sponsors

This report analyzes key issues surrounding the implementation of a Medicare-endorsed prescription drug discount card program. Medicare prescription drug discount cards have been proposed as a short-term strategy for lowering prescription drug costs for Medicare beneficiaries. The report considers the implications for both discount card sponsors and beneficiaries of alternative…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Learning From History: Deinstitutionalization of People with Mental Illness As Precursor to Long-Term Care Reform

This report examines what policy lessons can be learned from the deinstitutionalization of people with mental illnesses and applied to potential long-term care reform for the elderly or those with significant disabilities. The study assesses the reforms that took place under deinstitutionalization, their impact and what mistakes were made. It…

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Pulling it Together: The Sleeper in Health Reform

The health reform legislation currently being crafted on Capitol Hill is undeniably complex.  To oversimplify slightly it can be boiled down into four parts: coverage (subsidies for private coverage and Medicaid expansions); delivery and payment reforms; insurance market reforms and regulations; and prevention, with each broad category containing a range…

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