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Senate Insulin Bill Focuses On List Prices With Carrot For Manufacturers, Stick For PBMs

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US legislation attempts to address manufacturer, pharmacy benefit manager impact on patient costs in addition to health plan benefit designs. Critics suggest it’s too easy on manufacturers but that may help its chances with Republicans.

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