Roxanne Conlin on Health Care
Grassley said there was a tradeoff. Medicare has access to a greater variety of drugs because it doesn't negotiate. "The CBO [Congressional Budget Office] says it won't save any money if you have the negotiations," he said.
We can pay for these important advances in coverage in several ways. For example, reversing Senator Grassley's ban on allowing Medicare to negotiate drug prices for seniors will add hundreds of billions of dollars to that program. Another way in which we will be able to save on care is through the health and well being programs supported in the Reform Act.
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