U.S. Picks Medicare Drug-Card Providers The Department of Health and Human Services names the 28 companies chosen to market discount cards intended to make prescription drugs more affordable for low-income Medicare participants. The cards will be available in May, but discounts don't take effect until June 1. Hear NPR's Joanne Silberner.
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U.S. Picks Medicare Drug-Card Providers

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U.S. Picks Medicare Drug-Card Providers

U.S. Picks Medicare Drug-Card Providers

U.S. Picks Medicare Drug-Card Providers

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The Department of Health and Human Services names the 28 companies chosen to market discount cards intended to make prescription drugs more affordable for low-income Medicare participants. The cards will be available in May, but discounts don't take effect until June 1. Hear NPR's Joanne Silberner.