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Rebate Proposals Targeting Single-Use Vials May Be Barking Up The Wrong Tree

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Policymakers should instead focus on increasing efficiencies in drug development, distribution and reimbursement, National Academies report says, while also seeking broad policies like HHS direct negotiation for drug prices in Medicare.

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