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‘Most Favored Nation’ Pricing Data May Be Long-Term Impact Of Last-Minute Rule

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Rushed final rule seeking to impose draconian cuts on drug reimbursement rates in the Medicare Part B program is certain to face legal and political obstacles. But the data included on international price benchmarks will still have an impact.

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