Medicare Drug Price Negotiation
CMS will publish the first 10 Medicare Part D drugs selected for the new Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program by Sept. 1.

CMS Announces Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Dates

The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will publish the first 10 Medicare Part D drugs selected for the new Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program by Sept. 1, CMS announced yesterday.

The negotiated maximum fair prices for these drugs will be announced by Sept. 1, 2024, and prices will be in effect starting Jan. 1, 2026, CMS said in a Jan. 11 news release. The agency said in the future it will select for negotiation 15 more Part D drugs for 2027, 15 more Part B or Part D drugs for 2028, and 20 more Part B or Part D drugs for each year after that, as outlined in the Inflation Reduction Act. It did not give dates for these subsequent rounds.

The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will publish the first 10 Medicare Part D drugs selected for the new Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program by Sept. 1, CMS announced yesterday.

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