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New Report Indicates Revising CMS Policy on Biosimilars Could Save $11.4 Billion On Medicines Over 10 Years

WASHINGTON, DC (September 19, 2017) — Today, the Association for Accessible Medicines (AAM) and its Biosimilars Council released an analysis finding that if the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) were to revise its current reimbursement policy for biosimilar medicines, the federal government could save $11.4 billion on medicines over the next 10 years.

Bates-White Report: CPI-Based Medicaid Rebates Harm Generic Competition

As a way of assessing the potential future impact of the CPI-based Medicaid Generics Penalty, Bates-White Economic Consulting examined publicly available data on historical drug prices and performed calculations of the potential impact of CPI-based rebates had they been in place in the past. This report shows evidence to suggest that in certain cases, these price regulations may have precisely the opposite of their intended effect.

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