MEDICARE CATASTROPHIC COVERAGE ACT OF 1988 - MCCA
A government bill designed to enhance immediate healthcare benefits for the elderly and disabled, to be phased in from 1989 to 1993. It was intended to enlarge its benefits in order to accommodate outpatient drugs and limit enrollees' copayments for covered services. This was the first bill that significantly expanded the benefits since the program's implementation.
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