Incentivize Prescription Drug Policy by Encouraging Market Competition

The controversial and publicly scrutinized issue of prescription drug pricing is at the center of the debate about the high cost of healthcare in the U.S. and as a result, both state and federal elected officials are weighing policies designed to reign in the cost of prescription drugs.

This week, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), released a new analysis, Price-Fixing Prescription Drugs Will Cost Us in Cures, which outlines issues impacting prescription drug policy and educates policymakers on practical solutions that will help bring down the cost of brand and specialty prescription drugs.

Read more at The Hill.

Heck, Mia. (2017, Jan. 12). Incentivize Prescription Drug Policy by Encouraging Market Competition. Retrieved from

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