PhRMA's $80 billion pledge includes narrowing Part D coverage gap
This article was originally published in Scrip
In a deal with the White House and a key Senate leader, the trade group PhRMA said it will help close the Medicare Part D coverage gap, known as the "doughnut hole", as part of an $80 billion commitment to healthcare reform.
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