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Countering Coupons: Large Employers Will Boost Copay Accumulator Programs In 2021

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Annual large US employer health benefits survey also evaluates plans for managing the cost of cell and gene therapies in the coming years, anticipating growing use of outcomes-based contracts, but very limited uptake of payment-over-time models.

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