Medicare’s Final Coverage Decision On Alzheimer’s Drugs: Thoughts From A Former CMS Chief
Mark McClellan discusses whether CMS’s pending final version of the Medicare national coverage determination on Alzheimer’s drugs might change from the draft and whether the decision should be viewed as a precedent for drugs granted accelerated approvals.
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