I Am Paying for Your Expensive Medicine
YOU may not know it, but you could be on the hook to pay at least $124 this year for a drug you probably don’t take.
The drug is a new class of cholesterol-lowering agents called PCSK9 inhibitors. Its cost and how we are paying for it illustrate why we all need to care about not only our own health care bills but also those of our neighbors. And it helps focus the debate about drug prices on two questions: What is the value delivered by the drug, and can that be linked to its price? And how should such value-based prices be implemented?
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