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Part D Price Negotiation Round One: Several Likely Candidates May Not Feel The Cut

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Heavily rebated drugs may already be meeting the price goals established by the Senate legislation. As a result, price negotiation for drugs covered under Part B are likely to yield greater savings to the Medicare program than Part D.

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