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OIG Report Highlights Difficulty In Measuring “Widely Available Market Price” For Drugs

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Limitations and irregularities in sales data prevent an accurate comparison of average sales price and widely available market price for Medicare Part B drugs, a differential that can be the basis for modifying reimbursement.

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