Keyword: Gerard F. Anderson
A recent study found that drug prices averaged 3.2 to 4.1 times higher in the U.S. than in the comparison countries, even after rebates were considered.
A group of policy researchers has reconvened to study healthcare spending and reached the same conclusion as a decade ago: "It's the prices, stupid."
"If it gets signed by this governor, it's going to send shock waves throughout the country,” one legislator says.
Most physicians charge more than the Medicare program pays for their services, but there’s wide variation among specialties and regions, a new study has found.