Proposals for Change: Transparency, Competition and Value

Drug prices in the United States are too high and sharply rising prescription drug prices threaten the affordability of health care and the vitality of our entire economy. CSRxP has developed market-based reforms that restore a functioning market by increasing transparency, promoting competition and innovation, and that result in value.

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CSRxP to Unveil Market-Based Solutions to Address Soaring Drug Prices

The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP) will release market-based policy solutions to curb rising drug prices at a discussion at the Newseum in Washington, DC on Monday, April 25th at 10:00 a.m.

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Walmart Joins Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing

“It’s important to Walmart to help find solutions to health care costs that continue to rise for individuals and the companies that insure them. With more than 1.1 million associates and family members on Walmart’s health care plans and millions of customers that visit pharmacies in our stores and clubs each week, we understand the importance of quality, affordable health care,” said Sally Welborn, senior vice president of global benefits at Walmart.

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John Rother Statement on IMS Health Report

“Excessive price hikes on prescription drugs drive up spending year after year with no end in sight. Drug makers’ annual habit of demanding a blank check, without reference to any change in value from patients and taxpayers, makes it harder for American families to make ends meet. Ultimately, these price increases make health care more expensive for all of us, even those who don’t use prescription drugs. It’s outrageous.”

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