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Part B Drug Competitive Bidding Program Revival: Vendor Request Coming Soon

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Distributors, specialty pharmacies and PBMs are in a better position now to act as vendors then they were a decade ago, when Medicare unsuccessfully tried to implement a Medicare Part B prescription drug competitive acquisition program, HHS Secretary Azar points out.

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