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What does PAP stand for?

PAP stands for Pharmaceutical Assistance Program (various locations)

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In both studies, they used 7 years of combined data (1999-2005) for Medicare beneficiaries from two Middle Atlantic States, who qualified for pharmaceutical assistance programs, to look at the relative risk for a specific cardiovascular event, (heart attack, stroke, heart failure, revascularization, and out-of-hospital cardiac death), a gastrointestinal (GI) event (upper or lower bleeding, or bowel obstruction), acute kidney injury, liver toxicity, bone fractures, and three composite safety measures (cardiovascular event, fracture, and GI tract bleeding).
medical officer with the CMS Center for Beneficiary Choices told the council that there are circumstances in which out-of-pocket expenses would be covered: Payments made by qualified state pharmaceutical assistance programs toward copays or other cost sharing would count toward true out-of-pocket expenses, for example, in terms of reaching the $3,600 out-of-pocket limit before reinsurance, he said.
medical officer with the CMS Center for Beneficiary Choices told the council that there are circumstances in which out-of-pocket expenses would be covered: Payments made by qualified state pharmaceutical assistance programs toward copays or other cost-sharing would count toward true out-of-pocket expenses, for example, in terms of reaching the $3,600 out-of-pocket limit before reinsurance, he said.
Fully state-funded State Pharmaceutical Assistance Programs (SPAP), qualified drug-company patient assistance programs, family help and donations from private organizations (including charities) count as TROOP, but any help from AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAP) does not [as of October 2005--there are efforts to change this].