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Expected CMS Payment Demos Could Shift Locus Of Part D Drug Purchasing

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Future demonstration projects by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation are likely to experiment with shifting drug purchasing decisions from Medicare Part D plans to health care providers such as hospitals, large health clinics or multi-specialty physician practices

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