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Two-Tier Specialty Drug Policy: Part D Plans Gain Formulary Flexibility But Impact May Be Limited

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Use of preferred and non-preferred specialty formulary tiers will be allowed but preferred tiers are not necessarily limited to generics and biosimilars and coinsurance for non-preferred specialty drugs cannot exceed 33%.

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