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Many Medicare recipients could pay less for insulin under a deal President Donald Trump announced Tuesday in a pivot to pocketbook issues important in November’s election.
Proposals have included giving individuals as much as $2,000 per month or letting them borrow as much as $11,000 from their future Social Security benefits.
Clinics, hospitals, doctors' practices and others have been required to stop offering most nonemergency services, and many patients are afraid to visit health care facilities.
Many private health insurers have offered telehealth for several years, but Medicare lagged behind covering the service.
Less than two months since Congress passed the CARES Act in response to the coronavirus pandemic, another massive economic relief bill made its way through the House. However, it still has an uncertain future in the Senate.
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