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Evolving Switch Scene Could Drive Nonprescription Reimbursement – Gottlieb

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Drug sponsors should work with insurers in advance of nonprescription switches to develop reimbursement plans to benefit consumers, particularly when considering a behind-the-counter switch, former FDA Deputy Commissioner Scott Gottlieb advises

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