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CMS Defines Terms For Part D Protected Classes, Revises Multi-Step Review

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CMS' latest take on policy for "protected classes" under Medicare Part D identifies three key issues that will shape how such classes are chosen in the future: defining terms used in the statutory language, a new approach to the agency's previously proposed multi-step process for evaluating classes, and options for public comment on the agency's choices

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