FTC And PBMs: Support For Investigation Building But Outcome May Ultimately Disappoint Critics
Federal Trade Commission’s ‘pro-competitive’ perspective could support conclusion that pharmacy benefit managers serve useful role in lowering drug costs, health policy expert suggests. FTC will get an earful about PBM practices, but ‘those complaints could be an indication that competition is working.’
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