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Prosecuting Part D: Beware of Free Goods, Value Adds

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Managed care contracts are entering a period of unprecedented scrutiny. With year one of the Medicare Part D program drawing to a close, prosecutors are preparing to take the gloves off. What will they be looking for?

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