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CMS Drops Proposal To Change Part D Protected Drug Classes

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In a letter to Congress, CMS Administrator Tavenner says that due to strong opposition from members of Congress and stakeholders, it will not finalize several controversial proposals in its recent draft rule for Medicare Part D, including removal of special formulary protection for three drug classes.

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