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Medicare Spending Growth Won't Trigger IPAB Cost Reduction Plan

Executive Summary

Threat of Independent Payment Advisory Board action to lower drug spending in Medicare alleviated for another year. Estimated spending growth in the program does not reach targets that would prompt cuts.

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