Part D Point-Of-Sale Rebates Losing Appeal? CBO Confirms Big Cost To Medicare
Congressional Budget Office agrees with the Office of Management and Budget that passing through negotiated rebates to Medicare Part D beneficiaries at the point-of-sale would significantly increase Medicare spending.
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