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Health Plan Disclosure Of ‘Negotiated’ And ‘Historical Net’ Drug Prices Required In HHS Rule

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It’s not quite the rebate rule, but final reg aims for ‘a reduction in the use of rebates and other price concessions’ driven by the transparency requirement and broad definitions. PCMA warns that ‘mandating an increased level of disclosure for this information could result in higher prescription drug prices for consumers.’

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