AHA: CMS proposal for drug ad transparency ‘important first step’

The AHA voiced support for a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ proposal to require drug pricing transparency in direct-to-consumer television advertisements and encouraged the agency to “rein in skyrocketing drug prices” for patients and the providers who serve them. “We appreciate CMS’s focus on this issue, and we believe this proposal represents an important first step in bringing more transparency to drug pricing,”

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