The Pharmacy Benefit

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We explore how The Robinson-Patman Act, an antitrust law intended to shield businesses acting as buyers from unfair competition, has impacted the pharmaceutical market from a historical standpoint, how it might be applied in the future, and what it means for public policy on drug pricing and rebates. To explain this, JC Scott sits down with Ross Margulies, a Partner with special expertise in Medicare and Medicaid law at Foley Hoag LLP. JC and Ross discuss the antitrust litigations that have shaped the drug supply chain.

Show Notes

We explore how The Robinson-Patman Act, an antitrust law intended to shield businesses acting as buyers from unfair competition, has impacted the pharmaceutical market from a historical standpoint, how it might be applied in the future, and what it means for public policy on drug pricing and rebates. To explain this, JC Scott sits down with Ross Margulies, a Partner with special expertise in Medicare and Medicaid law at Foley Hoag LLP. JC and Ross discuss the antitrust litigations that have shaped the drug supply chain.

What is The Pharmacy Benefit?

JC Scott, President & CEO of the Pharmaceutical Care Management Association, discusses the latest trends, public policy developments, and political challenges impacting drug pricing and healthcare.

You'll hear the nation's top thought leaders, policy experts, and political analysts on topics like how employers, unions, and others use Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) to drive value for their members in the face of growing healthcare costs. You'll also learn about advancements in gene therapy, biologics, other cutting edge therapies, and the patient benefits and cost challenges that come with them.

The Pharmacy Benefit will also analyze the latest news from inside the industry and give you an educated perspective on where things currently stand and where we think they're headed.