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Medicare Price Inflation Rebates In Build Back Better Bill Are Prospective Only

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The legislation would also establish new manufacturer discounts in Medicare Part D as part of a redesign of the benefit that includes a cap on beneficiary out-of-pocket spending. Negotiations are still fluid on the overall legislative package, however, and things could change.

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