White House kills rebate rule, likely to advance pricing index for Part B

A White House decision to withdraw a rule that would have eliminated rebates in Medicare Part D is the result of an internecine battle within the Trump administration over how to tackle drug pricing. It likely foreshadows a turn to more explicit price control measures such as the administration-proposed international reference price index (IPI) for Medicare Part B.

The White House announcement that it was pulling the plug on the rule said the decision was based on

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