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OIG Online Portfolio: Drug Pricing and Payment

This Online Portfolio pulls together the Office of Inspector General's (OIG) body of work, including enforcement actions, reports, recommendations and more, as it relates to the drug pricing and payment. The portfolio will be updated periodically.


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Unimplemented Recommendations

Recommendation Report
CMS should cooperate with industry stakeholder efforts to identify a solution to prevent coupons from being used to purchase drugs paid for by Part D. Manufacturer Safeguards May Not Prevent Copayment Coupon Use for Part D Drugs (OEI-05-12-00540)
CMS should finalize the implementation of automated ASP-related procedures by using AMP-related processes as a model, and subsequently require all manufacturers to submit ASPs through the automated system. Limitations in Manufacturer Reporting of ASP Data for Part B Drugs

Page last updated: December 13, 2016

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