Given that the list prices for brand-name medications don’t reflect the negotiated prices insurers pay drug manufacturers, how can Americans get a true sense of the cost increases of drugs over time? Bloomberg reporters Robert Langreth, Michael Keller and Christopher Cannon attempt to answer this question via statistical analysis of drug price increases between 2009 and 2015. In the course of their research, the authors examine the degree to which price increases track with discounts and inflation. getAbstract recommends their findings to consumers and those working in the health care industry.
About the Authors
Robert Langreth is a science and health reporter, Michael Keller is an interactive news reporter, and Christopher Cannon is a data journalist and graphic designer for Bloomberg.
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