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CMS Budget Plan: $1 Bil. Increase For Administrative Activities Is New, But Drug Policy Proposals Are Old

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CMS budget plan reprises Medicare drug rebates for dual eligibles, eliminating brand/generic patent settlements and other unsuccessful Rx proposals.

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