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Copay assistance is the problem, not the solution to high drug prices

(American College of Physicians) Copay assistance is part of the drug pricing problem, not a solution to it, according to several health policy experts in a commentary published in Annals of Internal Medicine. The experts offer five reasons why programs like the one offered by Mylan, the pharmaceutical company responsible for the controversial Epi-Pen price hike, look like a boon for public health but are actually a recipe for higher healthcare costs.
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