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‘Sleeper Issue:’ How Part B Drugs May Be Impacted By Medicare Part D Redesign

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If changes to stand-alone Part D plans mandated by the IRA drive a switch to MA plans, the changing enrollment could drive more uptake of physician-administered drugs – but also more utilization management.

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