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Rebate Reform: Big Changes Are Looming For The US Drug Market

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Changing US drug rebating policy is like throwing an activated grenade into the middle of the American drug distribution system. Yet, increasingly it seems the US drug market is poised for a big shake up when it comes to the way pharmaceuticals manufacturers price their drugs, negotiate market access with payers, and pay back-end discounts to offset the cost of their products. 

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