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Part D Specialty Tier Should Be Reserved For Highest-Priced Drugs – BIO

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Too many drugs will be subject to the maximum copay on Part D formularies if CMS allows plans to place all therapies with negotiated prices greater than $500 per month on the specialty tier, according to the Biotechnology Industry Organization

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