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PhRMA Hopes To Change Medicare Payment Board Even As It Applauds House-Passed Reform Package

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The bill that cleared the House March 21 continues to include creation of an Independent Medicare Advisory Commission with broad powers for implementing cost-cutting measures in Medicare.

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