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OUTLOOK 2021

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Drug Discount Programs Create More Cloud In Quest For Transparency

Executive Summary

Behind a popular drug discount program are pharmacy benefits managers and even drug companies themselves, raising questions about whether such businesses may yet be another player in an opaque and complicated supply chain that is facilitating higher US drug prices, even as the most prominent company in the space, GoodRx, routinely criticizes soaring list prices. 

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