Another way patients benefit from lower co-pays

Insurance plans that reduced or eliminated co-payments for medications have seen an increase in the number of people following their prescriptions, according to two studies published in Health Affairs, FierceHealthPayer Editor Dina Overland writes. Researchers were specifically interested in so-called value-based insurance design, which reduces co-pays for meds and services that provide a lot of bang for the buck. -- Read the full article in FierceHealthPayer

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