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AHA: No-Cost Meds May Improve Post-MI Adherence
MedPage Today
Explain that eliminating out-of-pocket costs for secondary prevention medications for patients after a myocardial infarction resulted in modest increases in adherence and an improvement in rate of first ...
Cutting copays for post-MI drugs helps outcomes with no added cost to insurersTheHeart.Org
Study Finds Co-Payments Discourage Drug TreatmentsNew York Times (blog)

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