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Dueling Messages For Pharma From US Medicaid Formulary Plan

Executive Summary

The innovator biopharma industry understandably concerned about a Trump Administration proposal to allow states to implement restrictive formularies while still collecting mandatory rebates. But the formulary protections in the Trump plan are an important message about the likely shape of any future changes to the US market.

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