Report: Insurance Barriers Contribute to Health Disparities Among Commercially Insured Americans

Teaser image of the first page of PhRMA's report on how insurance barriers contribute to unequal health care disparities

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As health insurance benefit designs increasingly shift prescription drug costs to patients or impose other barriers to access, the impact disproportionately falls on people of color. This report outlines how many common commercial health insurance benefit design features create barriers to access medicines, why these barriers impact underserved communities and communities of color more severely, and what practices and policies may help achieve more equitable coverage for commercially insured patients.

Teaser image of the first page of PhRMA's report on how insurance barriers contribute to unequal health care disparities