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Trump's International Pricing Proposal Being Revised To Adopt ‘Most Favored Nation’ Policy – Azar

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HHS Secretary Alex Azar says that reshaping Administration’s upcoming proposed rule would drive Medicare Part B drug prices even lower than previously projected. As Part B drug costs are being blamed for higher premiums, the policy revisions are at OMB, but plan would reemerge as "a notice of proposed rulemaking if that comes out,” Azar said.

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