Drug Shortage Bill In House Refines Hatch Reimbursement Proposal
Sterile injectable products with three or fewer manufacturers would get better federal reimbursement rates in an effort to attract more producers to the market; H.R. 6611 was modeled after a similar proposal from Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah.
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