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CMS Makes Headway Toward Part B Drug Price Substitutions

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CMS might finally be able to use the Medicare Part B drug price substitution authority provided in the Medicare Modernization Act of 2003, due to the combined effect of the recent redefinition of average manufacturer price for drugs and the proposed Medicare physician fee schedule rule for 2011

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