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Medicare Add-On Payments For Praxbind, Andexanet Under Consideration

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Although few drugs have ever gotten the new technology designation, the two antidotes for excessive bleeding caused by anticoagulant treatments seem to have a good chance of being awarded added payments by CMS.

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