Jennifer Polinski, ScD, MPH, MS, and colleagues published a paper on the impact of the Medicare Part D Donut Hole on adherence to cardiovascular therapies. Her paper, published in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, is discussed by NPR and US News & World Report, among other media outlets.

NPR: Seniors In Medicare ‘Doughnut Hole’ More Likely To Stop Heart Drugs

US News & World Report: Seniors Stop Taking Heart Drugs In Medicare ‘Donut Hole’

NASDAQ GlobeNewswire: Patients Often Stop Taking Heart Drugs During Medicare Coverage Gaps

Abstract for the original article: Beneficiaries With Cardiovascular Disease and the Part D Coverage Gap

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