U.S. Could Save Big if able to Negotiate Medicare Part D Prices

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Source: The Wall Street Journal

In the latest bid to alter the prescription-drug pricing landscape in the U.S., a new paper argues that the federal government could save between $15.2 billion and $16 billion annually if it negotiated with drug makers for Medicare Part D medicines and obtained the same prices that are paid by Medicaid or the Veterans Health Administration.

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