Part D Premiums ‘Won’t Go Up’ With HHS Rebate Proposal, Azar Maintains
US HHS secretary tells Senate Finance Committee he believes pharmacy benefit managers will effectively keep drug costs down in Medicare Part D, even without rebates.
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