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HHS Will Take Anti-Kickback Safe Harbor Proposals For Drug Contracting ‘Seriously,’ US Official Promises

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Health and Human Services Department Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan invites biopharma companies to submit proposals on how to modify or create safe harbors that would be suitable for innovative reimbursement contracts involving prescription drugs.

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