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So That's What "Non-Interference" Means: CMS Defines Loaded Term in Proposed Part D Rule

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The 700-page Part D proposed rule does much more than change the "protected" class list. Among many other provisions, it spells out how CMS interprets the infamous "non-interference" clause.

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