The Medicare Part D program could have saved $3 billion in 2016

According to new data from Health and Human Services (HHS), using generic drugs instead of their brand-name equivalents could have saved the Medicare Part D program approximately $3 billion in 2016 alone. The data found a relatively small number of brand-name therapies is responsible for significant spending. Read article here…

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