A New Idea To Solve The Turing Problem – If Anyone Notices
The Fair Pricing Coalition previewed its upcoming ‘first hundred days’ proposal for drug pricing reforms – one of many Washington policy documents that was prepared with a very different election result in mind. But one new idea in the report deserves serious attention because it would actually directly address the ‘repricing’ strategy that drove the headlines over the past year.
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