“Drug Pricing”

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Innovation
Point-of-sale rebates and zero-dollar copay plans can help alleviate the impact of high drug costs for members in HDHPs during the deductible phase. More
Commentary
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Cost Management
Value-based management can only deliver on their promise of incremental cost-savings if the right guardrails are in place to ensure appropriate utilization and management. More
Briefing
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Cost Management
A few key metrics can help demonstrate how well a value-based management approach is working in helping align drug prices with the value and outcomes they deliver. More
Briefing
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Cost Management
The current model of static, manufacturer-set drug prices is simply unsustainable. Value-based management approaches attempt to incentivize quality and efficacy. More
Briefing
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Public Policy
A focus on prioritizing generic review and fostering competition could help in the battle against sky-rocketing prescription drug costs. More
Commentary
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Cost Management
Members may now face higher out-of-pocket costs for their prescriptions, particularly during their deductible phase. Payors can help by applying rebates at point-of-sale. More
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Public Policy
Lowering out-of-pocket consumer costs, ending manipulation and abuse of FDA regulations, and fostering greater competition can help lower high prescription drug costs. More
Commentary
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Cost Management
Pharmaceutical manufacturers’ abuse a provision of the Orphan Drug Act leading to higher prices for drugs for payors and patients More
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Cost Management
Spending on prescription drugs grew 9 percent in 2015 – faster than any other health care product or service – and accounted for 10 percent ($324.6 billion) of overall health care... More
Commentary
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Cost Management
When thinking about price volatility – or inflation – most people think of gasoline. Not surprising, considering gas prices rose nearly 250 percent in the 13-year span from 1998... More
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