Six Weeks Too Late? Praxbind Gets 2017 Medicare Boost But Not AndexXa
User fee date for Portola's anticoagulant reversal agent is near, but not soon enough for Medicare's new technology payments in 2017 – while Boehringer's Praxbind gets in in time; BTG's Vistogard also gains the extra payments.
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