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AMP Rule Answers Questions On Collecting Pricing Data For “5i” Specialty Drugs Raised By Manufacturers

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Manufacturers had asked CMS to explain the law pertaining to collecting average manufacturer prices for inhalation, infusion, instilled, implanted and injectable drugs “not generally dispensed through a retail community pharmacy” and how to identify such “5i” drugs.

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