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Medicare Part D Drug Price Policies May Offer Financial Trade-Offs

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Higher manufacturer discounts required in donut hole under new budget law could offset somewhat by point-of-sale rebates in Part D, which are expected to be included in President Trump's FY 2019 budget proposal.

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