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Those Who Need Medication the Most Should Pay the Least; Evidence That This Is Cost-Effective
Managed Care MagazineLink to more items from this source
Nov. 1, 2004

Excerpt: The benefit-based copayment model, which places individual consumers with established medical need on the lowest formulary tier, is a simple and humane concept: Keep chronically sick people from needing expensive care by making their medications inexpensive, perhaps even free. The model could become a standard of formulary design or it may be a utopian concept that will never be widespread.

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