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Part D Expected To Keep Protected Class Status Quo, Despite Bill Language

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Although legal language does not mirror current CMS guidance, industry observers are expecting little change when it comes to the concept of covering "all or substantially all" drugs in the six protected classes under Medicare Part D once provisions of the new Medicare law are enacted

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