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JAMA Health Forum Editors' Summary

Dec 10, 2021

Cost sharing is particularly burdensome for some Medicare beneficiaries, particularly those with incomes just above the poverty level, those with disabilities, or those who have multiple chronic health conditions. Jeanne Madden, PhD, of the Northeastern University School of Pharmacy, and Eric Roberts, PhD, of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, speak with JAMA Health Forum Editor John Ayanian and Deputy Editor Melinda Buntin about the implications of high cost-sharing burdens in Medicare and options for policy makers to limit these burdens for Medicare beneficiaries who are at greatest risk.

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