A Case For Transparency: J&J Suit Targets Opaque PBM Affiliate’s Efforts To Exploit Copay Programs
Lawsuit highlights the lack of transparency into pharmacy benefit manager activities and how their programs can influence drug pricing. A Senate hearing on PBMs held shows increasing momentum behind a Federal Trade Commission study on potential anti-competitive activity in the market sector.
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