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Part D 2007 Negotiations: Will Rebate Emphasis Change To Pricing Demands?

Executive Summary

The major Part D plan sponsors may have favored receiving drug rebates over drug price discounts in negotiations with pharmaceutical manufacturers for the 2006 benefit year, based on a recently released 1analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation

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