A Price Increase of Nearly $9,000
State of Utah Novel Drug Cost Reduction Initiative: Send Employees to Mexico for Radical Reduction in Costs
The State of Utah has created a novel program to lower drug prices for its public sector employees: send them to Mexico. For one state employee, it is a difference of $450 per months versus $2,400 per month. The math is easy. What’s going on? The Utah Program Created...
While pharmaceutical costs increase at a rapid rate, actual costs associated with the utilization of inpatient services decreased.
Drug prices continue to go up
$12,935 for a 30-day supply
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Why Americans Pay More for Prescription Drugs
China’s immune-oncology sector is not only catching up to the West (U.S. & Europe) but perhaps even surpassing it when it comes to cranking out powerful immunotherapy faster at more economical prices. This offers more access to those battling deadly cancers. ...
One in 8 adults with common heart diseases skip medications, delay filling prescriptions or take less medication than prescribed because of concerns about cost. This trend is more common in those not covered by Medicare (e.g. under 65). Published in the American Heart...