The recent proposal by the administration to require manufacturers to disclose list prices in direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising is the latest in a wave of recent policy activity focused on prescription drugs at the state and federal levels. This includes noteworthy activity such as allowing indication-based formularies in Part D and step therapy in Medicare Advantage, soliciting feedback on new models to manage Part B drugs, and state efforts to manage Medicaid drug costs. So what’s next?
Please join Avalere experts as they recap recent policy action and preview future policy activity focused on prescription medications. This webinar will provide insights into potential changes, market impacts, and considerations for healthcare stakeholders.
- Potential action on management of physician-administered drugs;
- Manufacturer rebates;
- Part D reforms; and
- State management of drugs in Medicaid.