Legislation Lifting Maximum Cap on Medicaid Rebates Advances

The U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on Friday passed pandemic-relief legislation with language that could cause pharmaceutical manufacturers to owe states Medicaid drug rebates worth more than a drug’s average manufacturer price (AMP). It could also result in additional savings for 340B providers.

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