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Prescription Drugs & Other Medical Products

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Price Trends for Prescription: Pharmaceuticals: 1995-1999

August 8, 2000
by Joseph A. DiMasi, Ph.D. Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development Tufts University* A background report prepared for the Department of health and Human Services' Conference on Pharmaceutical Pricing Practices, Utilization and Costs August 8-9, 2000

Cost Control for Prescription Drug Programs: Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) Efforts, Effects, and Implications

August 8, 2000
by David H. Kreling, Ph.D., R.Ph. Sonderegger Research Center University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy A background report prepared for the Department of Health and Human Services' Conference on Pharmaceutical Pricing Practices, Utilization and Costs August 8-9, 2000

Medicare+Choice: Payment and Service Areas

April 30, 2000
The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 included a number of changes to Medicare managed care. The newly created Medicare+Choice program differs from its predecessor with regard to payment policies, enrollment and disenrollment policies, and the types of plans that can contract to provide care to Medicare beneficiaries.

Prescription Drug Coverage, Spending, Utilization, and Prices

March 31, 2000
Prescription drugs play an ever-increasing role in modern medicine. New medications are improving health outcomes and quality of life, replacing surgery and other invasive treatments, and quickening recovery for patients who receive these treatments. As important as prescription drugs are, not everyone has access to them.

Report to the President: Prescription Drug Coverage, Spending, Utilization, and Prices.

March 31, 2000
Executive Summary Prescription drugs play an ever-increasing role in modern medicine. New medications are improving health outcomes and quality of life, replacing surgery and other invasive treatments, and quickening recovery for patients who receive these treatments. As important as prescription drugs are, not everyone has access to them.

State Regulatory Experience with Provider-Sponsored Organizations

June 26, 1997
This report describes the experience of selected state governments in regulating provider-owned health care delivery systems that accept insurance risk for the provision or arrangement of health care services. We refer to these entities as Provider-Sponsored Organizations (PSOs).