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Reimbursing Designer Drugs

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Executive Summary

Now that FDA is pushing a regulatory pathway for personalized medicine through the Critical Path initiative, the next step for industry should be securing payment, especially given what could be relatively high price tags. So what are payors--and the biggest payor of all, CMS--doing to prepare? The answer is, not much.

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