As Congress prioritizes action to lower drug prices, the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing yesterday announced a website to help lawmakers and their staff better understand the crisis and bipartisan, market-based solutions. “Lowering prescription drug prices was a focal point on the campaign trail in 2018,” said CSRxP Executive Director Lauren Aronson. “Now it’s time for members of Congress to turn their campaign promises into substantive action. Our new website will help equip lawmakers with the tools and resources they need to enact real results that protect patients and hold Big Pharma accountable.” AHA is a founding member of CSRxP.

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