Drug costs rise as economy slides
USA Today, April 3, 2008
People with health insurance are having more trouble paying for prescription drugs due to higher out-of-pocket costs for medications and a slowing economy, according to surveys and healthcare analysts. The Virginia-based National Patient Advocate Foundationfound that 31% of the 44,729 people it aided last year cited drug co-payments as their top medical-debt problem.
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