Trump’s Executive Order Limiting Medicare Drug Payments Faces Hurdles
Under test payment model, Medicare would pay no more than most-favored-nation price for Part B and Part D drugs, but how and when the model program would be implemented remains unclear. BIO may pursue legal action as questions on how plan would be implemented and if the administration will provide notice and comment period for stakeholder input remain.
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