How States, Federal Agencies Are Challenging Drug Prices

By Tom Bulleit and Rebecca Williams (April 23, 2018, 3:33 PM EDT) -- In recent years, prescription drug prices have become a focal point in the discussion of U.S. health care spending. While political rhetoric in many areas may imply some degree of consensus that prices generally are "too high," any agreement doesn't go much beyond this broad generalization.

It seems that everyone has a voice in the debate — not just consumer and patient advocacy groups, but manufacturers, payers, legislators, government agencies and even the president. However, with multiple different agendas and no uniform articulation of an underlying problem, the result has been a somewhat disjointed approach, with federal and state governments casting...

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