PBM Consolidation Should Be A Focus OF FTC Merger Guidelines Review, AAM Urges
As they revise and interpret merger guidelines, the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice should pay particular attention to the anticompetitive impact of consolidation in the pharmacy benefit manager market, the generic trade group suggests.
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Drug buying groups and pharmacy benefit managers are leaving generic drug producers unable to compete even when they have viable products due to concentration of buyer power, the Association for Accessible Medicines has highlighted.
FTC Seeks Input On How PBM Rebating Practices Affect Drug ‘Affordability,’ Access
With formal study still stalled, the information collection will enable FTC to examine a ‘wide array’ of pharmacy benefit manager business practices impacting patients, payers and pharmacies.