Medicare Price ‘Negotiation’ : Manufacturer Compliance Gets Tougher Enforcement Provision
As legislation authorizing Medicare price 'negotiation' clears the Senate and appears on its way toward enactment after years of efforts by US congressional Democrats, and opposition by Republicans and the pharmaceutical industry, the bill continues to be tweaked.
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