posted by Alicia Caramenico
on May 4, 2017
From cost-sharing reduction (CSR) funding, to the final 2018 Medicare Advantage rate notice, to legislation to help lower prescription drug costs, April was a busy month for the health care industry. Let’s look back at some of April’s greatest hits.
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