CMS Proposed Medicaid Rule: Best Price Impacts of Value-Based Purchasing, Co-Pay Assistance Programs, and More

On June 17, 2020, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a proposed rule outlining nine specific changes to Medicaid regulations. Five of these directly affect manufacturers through changes in administration of the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program (MDRP):

  1. Value-based Purchasing Arrangements
  2. Line Extensions
  3. Patient Assistance Programs
  4. MDRP Definition Clarifications
  5. Authorized Generics

Download EVERSANA’s new report to learn how pharma manufacturers will be directly affected by the proposed “best price” rule and its impact on value-based purchases.

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Robert Blank
Associate Director

Robert Blank is a managing consultant at EVERSANA, working extensively in revenue management software solutions for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. His expertise includes Medicaid and Managed Care rebates, chargebacks, and membership management.…

Brian Bumpus
Brian Bumpus
Associate Director

With more than 20 years of experience, Brian is a seasoned pharmaceutical industry contracting executive with broad experience in government pricing, and commercial contract management and compliance matters. His specialized expertise is in the…

Dr. Richard Stefanacci
Chief Medical Director

Richard has focused his career on improving health outcomes, especially for some of the most vulnerable populations. This has been achieved through several avenues, beginning with his continued active role as a treating internist/geriatrician.…