A new federal law will lead to big changes in Medicare. Learn more in our Medicare Resource Center.
Plan includes increased taxes for high-income earners and more prescription drug negotiations
Big drug companies are trying to overturn the new law that lowers Rx prices
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Many recipients will receive less money for food starting in March. Here’s how to find help
Beneficiaries will see lower coinsurance for these Part B medications
Federal officials outline how and when they’ll decide which medications will go first
Beneficiaries with prescription drug coverage will pay no more than $35 a month for insulin
Answers to common questions about the new coverage for beneficiaries with diabetes
More than 7 million Americans rely on the medication to treat diabetes
Beneficiaries have all of 2023 to switch plans for a lower price
New HHS report shows average savings by state thanks to new $35 price cap
Lower drug prices mean less need for medical care, government analyst projects
Starting in 2024 it will cut price of the diabetes medicine by 78 percent
Beginning in 2024, company will lower prices for both vials and prefilled insulin pens
Company says it will match the new Medicare $35 cap for people with private insurance
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Members can save 50% on prescription lenses
Answers to questions about how the new law affects insulin, vaccines, other Rx prices and more
Inflation Reduction Act limits out-of-pocket drug costs, caps insulin copays, makes vaccines free
New law features AARP-backed gains in financial security, Social Security funding and telehealth
Inflation Reduction Act provision helps millions of Americans afford health coverage
Annual income threshold increased for Medicare’s Extra Help program
New law requires companies to provide rebates to Medicare for excessive increases
‘Reducing disparities of old age should also start as early as possible,’ EU expert says
Construction workers faced health insurance penalties of up to $2,400 per year
Bills would crack down on big drug company schemes to delay generics
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