By Robert King
| January 28, 2019

Wineminders are focusing on CMS's efforts to seek Medicare Part D to intend to use medications to discuss the cost of selling on the sale at a pharmacy season.

Expert organizations have commented on a CMS program that would require medicine to enter Medicare to be able to afford a price that the pharmacy would benefit from financial management with drugs and D. D program.

The process will redefine the "price negotiations," which is what the pharmacy reported to CMS as a sales price for D D D, since the beginning of 2020. The price of the price should be included in the "Price Discussion" at under the rule. Rates are priced and collected.

The CMS said the government's goal is to address how the operating system applies to the conflict.

Investors say they include the fees they will pay for a pharmacy to take responsibility for the contract.

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The US health insurance company, the insurance company's insurance company, said in terms of the system that "change in the price" would result in "Part D, which will result in the most appropriate and reduced price." benefit. "

Humans, a corporate director, also wrote that a pharmaceutical document provides access to insurers,

in addition,

in partnership with companies.

"We find that our regular contract with medicines has a positive impact on incentivizing," he wrote in his comment.

Also, they are monitoring them in the process of making new changes. "Part D or PBMs will require a number of adjustments to supplement the subsidy," the Alliance for Health Healthy wrote.

But the rule was not a bad news to the sellers. The company was pleased with CMS's proposal to allow access to equipment management tools such as antibiotic drugs in Medicare Sashi B. Insurers have already used replacement in private programs for take care of it.

"Medicare Advantage" plans to plan the use of parts B of the policies we receive in support, and we believe that it is designed in order, "said Humans in terms of the system.

Also, their insurers are pleased with the decision to use six anti-drug therapies in Medicare Part D. The insurer currently covers all drugs in their proteins. proteins, including antidepressants, antipsychotics and immunosuppressants.

But CMS recommends reducing sales to consumers to implement the biotechnology system for protective drugs.

The main point in the recommendation is to provide users with the use of rehabilitation and authorization for protective drugs. It will also give sellers the removal of medical supplies from a process if the price increases has increased by inflation.

AHIP stated that the draft resolutions and B proposes "to allow negotiations on financial costs,

a]on behalf of Medicare's and payers. "

However, pharmaceutical experts have been focusing on changes made in the calculations.

Scientists, experts and experts in the United States, experts and scientists, say in a statement that the draft constitution is difficult to create a large number in D.

"Sponsorship programs have already managed access to most anti-virus drugs," said PhRMA. "Although the government claims that allowing sellers or other tools to use them or remove drugs from six proteins is crucial to preventing the challenge, clear evidence indicates that the current level of professional development succeed in all compelling organic matter and pricing growth in the check. "

PhRMA added that the transition to the vaccine could prevent access to medicines for the patients, saying that patients in the medical treatment of their medical professionals would be either by initial permission or rehabilitation work.

PhRMA at this point is affiliated with the advocacy advocacy organizations who are concerned about the changes to the expiration code.

The World Health Organization on Biotechnology notes that changes in preservation can lead to access to essential medicines for those who benefit from illness and illness.

"We believe that these changes will leave many without taking the weight of the bacteria needed to cure their health," said David Deutsch, Ventura director of the NAMI, Calif.