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Reimbursing Rare Disease Drugs: Getting Away From High Co-Pays

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Former CMS Administrator Mark McClellan argues that drugs for rare disease should not be on the high-cost-sharing specialty tier of Medicare Part D formularies. “High value” therapies deserve low co-pays, he argues.

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