(By Katie Adams for Becker’s Hospital Review)
Pfizer filed a lawsuit June 26 accusing HHS of blocking it from providing financial aid to Medicare beneficiaries for its two heart disease drugs.
According to the court document, HHS sees Pfizer’s efforts to help Medicare beneficiaries afford its Vyndaqel and Vyndamax drugs to be an illegal kickback scheme. Pfizer alleged HHS’ regulatory action violated its constitutional rights to free speech and due process. Continue reading article here…
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