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Employers Would ‘Welcome’ Government Role In Covering High-Cost Therapies

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Annual large employer health benefits survey for 2020 and beyond finds support for government price negotiation and payment through a national fund. Plans to expand point-of-sale rebates and coupon accumulator programs also reported.

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