Matt Schmitt, an assistant professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, co-wrote a study that found coupons covering patients’s co-pays are propelling drug companies to charge the “the highest price possible.”
Matt Schmitt, an assistant professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, co-wrote a study that found coupons covering patients’s co-pays are propelling drug companies to charge the “the highest price possible.” Gary Coronado TNS
Matt Schmitt, an assistant professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, co-wrote a study that found coupons covering patients’s co-pays are propelling drug companies to charge the “the highest price possible.” Gary Coronado TNS

How free coupons for patients help drugmakers hike prices by 1,000 percent

December 18, 2016 04:06 PM

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