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Negotiated drug prices for Medicare won’t take effect right away
Fact-checking questions about the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency
How to get COVID-19 tests and vaccines after the federal COVID-19 public health emergency declaration expires on May 11.
Explaining the benefits between liquid vs pill medication | Expert Interview with Phillip Gerk , Ph.D., Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University
Phillip Gerk , Ph.D., is a professor at the School of Pharmacy at Virginia Commonwealth University and explains the differences between liquid vs pill medication.
Yes, states are re-checking Medicaid and CHIP eligibility starting in April
Here’s what you need to know so you don’t lose coverage for Medicaid or CHIP.
Drug companies are lowering insulin prices but it's not $35 for everyone
Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk and Sanofi recently announced plans to cut prices of some of their insulins — but a $35 cap on the medication doesn’t apply to all.
No, the Biden administration isn’t proposing cuts to Medicare Advantage benefits
Many VERIFY readers have asked if the Biden administration is proposing cuts to Medicare Advantage. Here’s why those claims are false.
Shingles shot is now free for people with Medicare Part D as of January 2023
Many Medicare Part D prescription drug plans used to require at least a copayment for the shingles vaccine. But that changed in 2023.
Yes, in 1975 Joe Biden proposed sunsetting all federal spending, including Medicare and Social Security
While in the Senate, Biden sponsored a bill that would’ve required programs including Medicare and Social Security to be reauthorized every 4-6 years.
Biden’s claim that Republicans want to sunset Medicare and Social Security needs context
Republicans booed President Biden during the State of the Union after he claimed some had proposed plans that could end Medicare and Social Security.
Cuts to Social Security and Medicare detailed in viral image aren't part of House GOP plan
A fake graphic shared on social media falsely claims House Republicans’ Commitment to America Plan includes some cuts to Medicare and Social Security.
No, traditional Medicare doesn't include non-medical benefits like grocery cards or gym memberships
Private insurers can offer non-medical benefits to enrollees of Medicare Advantage plans, but those are different than traditional Medicare.
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