No, Obamacare isn’t killing granny. It’s too busy saving granny $4 billion on prescription drugs.
The Centers for Medicare And Medicaid Services (CMS) released data showing that over 5.2 million seniors and people with disabilities have already saved nearly $4 billion on prescription drugs as a direct result of the Affordable Care Act. The CMS data also showed that over 1 million people with Medicare saved an average of $629 on prescriptions in the “donut hole” coverage gap since the beginning of the year. So far in 2012, Medicare coverage for generic drugs in the coverage gap has risen to 14 percent, saving Medicare beneficiaries a total of $687 million.
Yes, but, death panels!
I’m sure everyone reading this knows someone who has suffered under the donut hole. A donut hole the Republicans have voted to maintain and enlarge.
Under Paul Ryan’s Vouchercare, all of your healthcare would be subject to a donut hole after the value of your healthcare coupon runs out.