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Medicare More Than Doubles Payment Rate For COVID Monoclonal Antibody Administration At Home

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Regeneron and Eli Lilly have seen limited uptake for their COVID treatments; CMS payment increase addresses concerns that inadequate reimbursement has hampered use of the monoclonal antibody drugs.

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