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Rituxan Could Be Top Source Of Price Inflation Rebates In Medicare Part B

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HHS Office of Inspector General estimates $1.4bn to $1.8bn could have been saved in Medicare Part B in 2015 if manufacturers provided rebates when drug prices increased faster than inflation.

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