Part D, Rebate-Sharing Rules Slated To Be Proposed This Month
Inside Health Policy
Two rules that are expected to include major policies to curb drug prices are scheduled to be released this month, according to the fall regulatory agenda…Read More.
CVS and Aetna merger a disruptive sign of the future
The proposed CVS Health-Aetna merger is emblematic of the growing arms race to consolidate and control consumer access to appropriate prescription drugs, particularly LTC (long-term care) patients…Read More.
CVS Health-Aetna Merger Emblematic of Growing Arms Race to Consolidate, Control Seniors’ Access to Prescription Drugs
The proposed CVS Health-Aetna merger is emblematic of the growing arms race to consolidate and control consumer access to appropriate prescription drugs, particularly LTC patients…Read More.
No More Secrets: Congress Bans Pharmacist ‘Gag Orders’ On Drug Prices
Kaiser Health News
For years, most pharmacists couldn’t give customers even a clue about an easy way to save money on prescription drugs. But the restraints are coming off…Read More.
To protect seniors, Congress should adopt clear, statutory definition of long term care pharmacies
When it comes to the “alphabet soup” of federal agencies, one’s eyes can glaze over in confusion and uncertainty about what they do, why they do it, and how average citizens benefit from their federally-funded oversight…Read More.
Rosenbloom: No More Exploitation of Seniors, Taxpayers by PBMs
Pharmacy benefit managers have long enough taken advantage seniors and taxpayers in the U.S. through strategies that exploit Medicare, Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition President/CEO Alan Rosenbloom writes…Read More.
California Governor Signs PBM Oversight Bill That Drew National Attention
Inside Health Policy
California Governor Edmund Brown (D) signed a bill requiring that pharmacy benefit managers disclose rebates and other pricing information…Read More.
PBMs must stop taking advantage of seniors and taxpayers
As much as we can appreciate the ingenuity of entrepreneurs in a free market, programs like Medicare were never intended to pad the pockets of businesses at the expense of consumers and taxpayers…Read More.
‘Cost-cutting’ middlemen reap millions via drug pricing, data show
The Columbus Dispatch
A middleman company hired to keep the state’s prescription-drug prices in check for Ohioans on Medicaid is receiving millions in taxpayer money meant to provide medications for the poor and disabled…Read More.