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Medicare Rx "On Track And On Schedule," CMS' McClellan Says; "Non-Interference" Not An Issue

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The Senate's rejection of legislation to allow HHS intervention in Medicare drug price negotiations reflects the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' confidence that the new outpatient drug benefit will be working as planned on Jan. 1, CMS Administrator Mark McClellan said March 17

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