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Medicare Drug Price Reporting, Preferred Pharmacy Regs Get Makeover In CMS Rule

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In its proposed rule on Medicare Part D, CMS tackles issues it believes has led to distortions in drug price reporting by plans and a disconnect between drug prices and beneficiary cost-sharing levels.

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