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To Switch or Not to Switch: Are Medicare Beneficiaries Switching Drug Plans To Save Money?

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    Exhibit 1.1

    Exhibit 1: Most Non-LIS Medicare Part D Enrollees Did Not Switch Plans Voluntarily During an Open Enrollment Period, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 1.2

    Exhibit 2: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS Part D Enrollees Were Similar Across Four Annual Enrollment Periods and Different Plan Types
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    Exhibit 1.3

    Exhibit 3: Among Non-LIS Part D Enrollees Continuously Enrolled in PDPs From 2006 to 2010, 7 out of 10 Never Voluntarily Switched Plans
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    Exhibit 1.4

    Exhibit 4: Switching Rates In 2009-2010 Were Higher Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees Who Previously Switched Plans and Increased With the Number of Prior Switches
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    Exhibit 1.5

    Exhibit 5: A Larger Share of Non-LIS PDP Enrollees Who Switched Plans Had Lower Costs in Year 2 Than in Year 1, Compared to Non-Switchers, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 1.6

    Exhibit 6: Switching Rates Were Higher Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees Facing Larger Premium Increases, Compared to Other Enrollees, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 1.7

    Exhibit 7: Switching Rates Were Higher Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees Facing a Higher Deductible, Compared to Other PDP Enrollees, 2009-2010
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    Exhibit 1.8

    Exhibit 8: Switching Rates Were Higher Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees Who Lost Brand-Name Gap Coverage, Compared to Other Enrollees, 2006-2008
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    Exhibit 2.1

    Exhibit A1: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees, by Demographic Characteristics, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 2.2

    Exhibit A2: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees, by Chronic Health Conditions, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 2.3

    Exhibit A3: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees, by Health Spending Levels, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 2.4

    Exhibit A4: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees, by Demographic Characteristics, 2006-2010
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    Exhibit 2.5

    Exhibit A5: Switching Rates Among Non-LIS PDP Enrollees, by Demographic Characteristics, 2006-2010

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