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Does Medicare Part D Save Lives?
Abe Dunn (au); Adam Hale Shapiro (au)
This report studies the impact of Medicare Part D on mortality for the population over the age of 65. The authors identify the effects of the reform using variation in drug coverage across counties before the reform was implemented. Studying mortality rates immediately before and after the reform, they find that cardiovascular-related mortality drops significantly in those counties most affected by Part D, while mortality rates for noncardiovascular diseases remain statistically unchanged. Estimates suggest that between 19,000 and 27,000 more individuals were alive in mid-2007 because of the Part D implementation in 2006. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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