CMS estimates nearly $17.2 billion in Medicare Part B savings with new drug pricing model

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) says the new drug pricing model with international component could save Medicare Part B approximately $17.2 billion over five years. The drug pricing framework also includes policies that hold vendors responsible for up-front drug costs and encourage vendors to negotiate prices with providers. Read article here…

 

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