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Trump’s Executive Order promotes price transparency, but how clearly will prices be seen?
With details on price transparency left to regulators, the options range from crystal clear to smaller reforms.
To overcome preemption, complaint must allege federal violation
A patient may proceed on a negligence and strict product liability claim as long as he claims the breach of a well-recognized duty owed under state law, and, that he was harmed by a violation of...
FDA considers a benefit-risk assessment for opioid analgesics
FDA draft guidance provides a benefit-risk assessment for opioid analgesics amidst the prevalent misuse and abuse of these drugs.
CMS Contractor properly documented statistical sampling methodology used to estimate overpayment
Use of statistical sampling by contractor raises a presumption of validity as to the amount of an overpayment.
CMS proposes update to e-prescribing procedures
With the goal of reducing provider burdens, CMS proposed new e-prescribing standards under Medicare Part D.