HHS Rebate Rule: At Least We Know Who Is In Charge
HHS proposal to eliminate the “safe harbor” that allows for prescription drug rebates took a long time to clear White House review. Its release sends a clear message that US HHS Secretary Azar wants to lead the drug pricing debate in 2019.
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