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CMS Scraps ‘Most Favored Nation’ Rule To Lower Medicare Part B Drug Costs

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US Centers For Medicare and Medicaid Services doesn’t tip its hand on what, if anything, might replace the rule but says it is exploring ways to lower spending on Medicare Part B drugs.

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