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The Rebate Effect: ‘Traditional’ Brand Costs Decline 6.5% In Commercial Plans

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Lower net costs held overall spending on retail prescription drugs in employer-sponsored insurance to an increase of just 0.4% in 2018, according to the latest Express Scripts Drug Trend Report.

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