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Increase In Pay For Part B Hospital Outpatient Drugs Needed, Groups Tell CMS

Executive Summary

CMS' proposal to drop Medicare Part B drug reimbursement to average sales price plus 4 percent in the hospital outpatient setting is being met with calls for the agency to return to ASP plus 6 percent, the same rate physicians are reimbursed for drugs administered in their offices

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