Statement on Senators’ Probe of Opioid Overdose Treatment Price Spikes

06-10-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

“The pharmaceutical industry’s habit of hiking prices on life-saving medications is appalling. Our campaign has been active in drawing attention to the price spikes on naloxone and we welcome this bipartisan effort to expose pharma’s price gouging tactics.”

American Gastroenterological Association Joins Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing

06-8-2016 Blog PostsPress Release

The American Gastroenterological Association announced today that it has joined the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing, a broad-based campaign working to curb rising drug costs. AGA, which has 16,000 members involved in all aspects of gastroenterology around the globe, adds its voice to the hospitals, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, health plans, patients, and employers already promoting CSRxP’s solutions of transparency, competition, and value in the prescription drug market.

Rising Prescription Drug Prices: Can We Keep Up?

05-19-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

We need to move toward market-based solutions to increase transparency, promote competition, and enhance value. For the millions of Americans living with chronic conditions – including allergies and arthritis, these solutions cannot come soon enough.

John Rother on Rising Price of Opioid Overdose Treatment

05-11-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

“Drug companies seem to be taking advantage of increased demand for Naloxone during this public health crisis by raising the price of a literally lifesaving medication,” said John Rother, executive director of the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing.

S&P Report Finds Rx Prices Driving Increased Health Care Costs

05-10-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

“Annual prescription price hikes are driving the overall increase in health care costs and making health care less affordable for Americans. Today’s S&P report confirms what we’ve been saying — these increases in drug cost are unsustainable — and solutions to promote transparency, increase competition, and focus on value must be advanced,” said John Rother, executive director of the Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP).

Real People. Unconscionable Numbers.

05-5-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

Troubling numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week show nearly 3.5 million Americans are currently living with hepatitis C – many of which are unaware of their infection. Luckily, this chronic illness is treatable, but at a staggering cost.

CSRxP Introduces Proposals for Change

04-27-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing (CSRxP) kicked off the week with the introduction of its new policy platform aimed to curb skyrocketing prescription drug prices through increased transparency and competition which results in value. CSRxP’s solutions come at a critical time in the conversation about drug pricing, as this bipartisan issue garners unprecedented attention among policymakers, voters, and presidential candidates.

Quick Facts About Rising Prescription Drug Costs

04-25-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

Drug prices in the United States are too high and continue to skyrocket. The unsustainable cost of prescription drugs not only puts pressure on the health care system but increasingly; patients, employers, and providers are paying prices that are too high.

Proposals for Change: Transparency, Competition and Value

04-25-2016 Blog PostsMediaPress Release

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.

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

04-20-2016 Blog PostsPress Release

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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