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Beware The Debt Deal's Spending Cut Trigger: Medicare Part D And B Provider Pay Would Drop

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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A mandatory cut to Medicare if Congress fails to pass a joint committee bill on deficit reduction by Jan. 15 could indirectly affect pharmaceutical companies as providers exert pricing pressure.
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