Congressional Scrutiny Alone Is Not Enough to Lower Prescription Drug Prices

“The newly-elected Congress has a mandate to pass market-based solutions, such as legislation that would give patients more choices in their medications. Lowering drug prices is the number one healthcare issue for voters — and elected officials are going to continue to hear from their constituents until drug prices are more affordable.”

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Report: Prescription Drug Price Growth Highest Since 1992

“We urge the new administration and the new Congress to immediately address the rising cost of healthcare by delivering solutions that increase transparency, competition and value in the prescription drug market, and we look forward to working together to make drugs more affordable for citizens across the country.”

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Campaign Continues to Grow with Additional Physician Voices

“The addition of the well-respected Society of General Internal Medicine is crucial as CSRxP continues to build a broad partnership of leaders from every corner of healthcare that are dedicated to fixing the broken prescription drug market,” said CSRxP Executive Director John Rother.

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POLL: Voters Name Affordable Prescription Drugs Top Healthcare Priority

“Right now, the most pressing healthcare issue for voters is making prescription drugs affordable for those who need them. Voters are expecting action from the next president and their newly-elected Congress to fix this problem.”

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