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  • To help ignite action in response to the public health crisis caused by osteoporosis, the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) commissioned the independent actuarial firm Milliman to conduct an analysis of the economic and clinical impact of bone fractures suffered by Americans in the Medicare program. The analysis also provides insights on potential economic savings that could be realized if the rate of secondary (repeat) fractures were reduced through model prevention practices.

    During this luncheon program, there will be a lively panel discussion among patients, caregivers and leading national experts moderated by a Politico health editor. We will discuss the report's key findings and implications for policymakers for changes to Medicare that could reduce fractures and lower costs. Leading Members of the Senate and the House have been invited as well. 

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