A new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services fact sheet reviews how the agency selected the first 10 Part D drugs to include in the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Program, its process for negotiating with the companies that make the drugs, opportunities for public input and key dates for implementation. CMS last week announced the first 10 drugs for the program and plans to publish the negotiated prices by next September, which would take effect in 2026.

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