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by Leigh Purvis, Richard Deutsch, Public Policy Institute, September, 2013|Comments: 0
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 9 AM - 11:30 AM
Columbus Club, Union Station - Washington, DC
Brand-name drug manufacturers have been accused of using controversial tactics to maintain market share after their patents expire. Critics contend that these actions—which include “pay for delay” agreements, rebates, and co-pay coupon programs prevent consumers and taxpayers from maximizing the savings associated with generic drugs.
Please join the AARP Public Policy Institute for a discussion of the impact of these efforts on consumers, taxpayer-funded programs like Medicare and Medicaid, and the drug industry. Experts with diverse perspectives will explore policy solutions that balance market oversight with incentives for brand-name drug manufacturers to innovate. Discussion will include a look at:
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