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Big Pharma's Secret Weapon: Medicare Starts to Pay Off-Quietly

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Pharma companies say Part D is a simple trade: increased volume in exchange for decreased prices. Six months into the program, the deal is working out very well for manufacturers-but don't expect anyone to celebrate just yet.

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