Since enactment of the Affordable Care Act four years ago, Kansas seniors and people with disabilities on Medicare have saved nearly $94 million on prescription drugs, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Closing the “doughnut hole” in Medicare Part D has saved about 40,500 Kansans nearly $32.5 million, for an average savings of $800. Nationally, ACA has saved seniors $9.9 billion on prescription drugs, according to HHS.
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