Medicare could have saved $925M by swapping brand-name combo drugs for generics

(By Alia Paavola for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Brand-name combination drugs may be more expensive than buying each drug separately, and had Medicare swapped out these expensive drugs, it could have saved $925 million in 2016, a new study published in JAMA suggests. Continue reading article here…

 

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