By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Last month, Medicare beneficiaries began using discount cards to save money on prescription drugs. This process was put into motion amid a growing partisan brawl over the cards' value. The Bush administration, as well as Republicans in Congress, have been working feverishly to send the message that the cards can and will result in significant savings for consumers who lack current pharmacy coverage. Some assert that since the government began posting comparative data on the Medicare web site (
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Last month, Medicare beneficiaries began using discount cards to save money on prescription drugs. This process was put into motion amid a growing partisan brawl over the cards' value. The Bush administration, as well as Republicans in Congress, have been working feverishly to send the message that the cards can and will result in significant savings for consumers who lack current pharmacy coverage. Some assert that since the government began posting comparative data on the Medicare web site (
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