Starting back in the 2011 Medicare Part D plan year, a discount or co-insurance (cost-sharing) was introduced to reduce the cost of generic and brand-name prescription drugs purchased by non-LIS Medicare beneficiaries once they entered the Coverage Gap (or Donut Hole / Doughnut Hole) portion of their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan.

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