World’s Most Expensive Drug Revives Push for New Payment Models

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01/23/2023
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Anna Kaltenboeck speaks with Bloomberg Law about the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ role in aggregating data regarding payment models as innovative drugs reach the market.

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