Insurers pay more for multiple sclerosis drug because rebates don’t help, report says

(By Ed Silverman for STAT)

Drug makers may offer rebates to payers, but health plans continue to see notable increases in costs for prescription medicines, according to a report1 by the office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. And this has been especially true for one particularly costly group of medicines used to treat multiple sclerosis2. Continue reading article here…..

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