Medicare Price Negotiations: Competitors’ Net Prices, Clinical Benefit Are ‘Starting Point’ For Initial Offer
CMS chose the prices of therapeutic alternatives and these competitors’ comparative benefits as the ‘foundation and starting point’ for setting an initial offer for drugs subject to negotiation, ahead of other factors Congress laid out it could consider that are more singularly focused on the specific drug at issue.
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