A July 2017 study published by The Commonwealth Fund provides excellent insights into why prescription drug prices are so high. This article highlights some of its observations and possible solutions. Continue reading “Why Prescription Drug Prices are So High”
Drug manufacturers in the U.S. set their own prices, and that’s not the norm elsewhere in the world.
Countries with national health programs have government entities that either negotiate drug prices or decide not to cover drugs whose prices they deem excessive. No similar negotiating happens in the U.S. Continue reading “Reasons Prescription Drug Prices Are So High in the U.S.”