A new study in JAMA Open Network found that, when brand drug manufacturers raise their list prices, commercially insured patients with deductibles and coinsurance do not directly benefit from the secret rebates the manufacturers pay insurance companies and PBMs. | Shutterstock

Study: Patients with Deductibles and Coinsurance Pay More When a Drug’s List Price Rises

Commercially insured patients with deductibles and coinsurance pay more when manufacturers raise a drug’s list price and do not directly benefit from the confidential rebates paid by manufacturers to insurers, according to a study published this morning in JAMA Open Network.

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