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The Race to Prepare for Medicare’s New Drug Pricing Powers

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The Race to Prepare for Medicare’s New Drug Pricing Powers

September 8, 2022

The Race to Prepare for Medicare’s New Drug Pricing Powers

The Inflation Reduction Act gives Medicare historic new powers to control prescription drug prices. We go inside the government’s race to implement these new powers — and the pharmaceutical industry’s efforts to blunt their impact.

Guests:

Alice Valder Curran, JD, Partner, Hogan Lovells

Sean Dickson, JD, MPH, Director of Health Policy, West Health Policy Center

Amber Jessup, PhD, Chief Economist, Office of Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services

Mark Newsom, Founder and Principal, Health Evaluations

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