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How Should Medicaid Pay For Cures? Sen. Grassley Likes Annuity Model

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Finance Committee chairman wants a provision allowing Medicaid to make installment payments for high-cost curative treatments in drug pricing legislation. But Democrats worry such a model might encourage high prices.

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