Beyond The "Blueprint": The Next Stage For US HHS Drug Price Policy
Upcoming transition in HHS drug pricing policy staff reinforces the Trump Administration's shift away from the 2018 "Blueprint” and towards engaging with bipartisan Congressional legislation – and spotlighting executive action as coming from the White House in the context of the upcoming Presidential campaign.
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