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Antibiotic Incentive Legislation: Can Reimbursement Horn In?

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

There are two antibiotic incentive bills vying for attention in Congress. One is a follow-on to the popular GAIN Act; the other takes a new path – creating generous reimbursement formulas to help the next wave of anti-infectives find a successful niche in hospital market.

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