Coalition highlights the potential of real-time benefit tools (RTBTs) in improving transparency and lowering costs.
Rule heeds coalition's call for expanded use of real-time benefit tools to help patients and providers identify cost-effective treatment options.
Coalition says draft bill puts “consumers first” by rejecting harmful binding arbitration policies but warns against reliance on state all-payer claims databases.
Coalition calls for a true out-of-pocket cap for Part D beneficiaries that does not raise premiums, encouraging VBAs for prescription drugs, and increasing transparency with real-time benefit tools.
Study finds that, under single-payer, “Government spending on health care would increase substantially.”
Coalition will unveil its blueprint for market-based prescription drug affordability solutions at a Congressional briefing on Friday, May 10th at 1 PM ET in 2045 Rayburn House Office Building.