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Hep C Drug Trends: Cost Driver In 2014, But “Leveling Off” Coming, CMS Actuaries Say

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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CMS actuaries attribute an increase in health spending in 2014 to the expansion of Medicaid and private health insurance coverage and rapid growth in retail drug spending, particularly for new hep C drugs.

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