Rx List Price Inflation Penalty Endorsed By US HHS Secretary
Senate Finance Committee’s approach to penalize companies for raising WAC list prices is not a ‘price control,’ but a reasonable approach to change the incentives that distort pricing in the supply chain, US HHS Secretary Alex Azar says.
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