Black Americans are more likely to be harmed by high drug prices. How one Pa. lawmaker is trying to help | Tuesday Morning Coffee
Nearly 30 percent of people who take prescription medications struggle to afford them. The burden is disproportionately borne by Black Americans, a new report concludes.
Eleven generic versions of an HIV drug were rushed to market. And list prices went up. Why?
“Most generic medications are less than a bottle of Tylenol,” a pharmacist said. “We don’t need to pay for insurance to cover a bottle of Tylenol.”
High-priced specialty drugs: Exposing the flaws in the system | Opinion
High prescription drug costs are a widespread concern. For patients who need specialty drugs, though, the problem is even worse.
Pa’s Medicaid program is paying more than it needs to for prescription drugs. This is why | Opinion
Pharmacy Benefit Managers are huge for-profit companies that often pick the pockets of the patients they are supposed to be helping.
With big PHRMA: Big profits, but few answers | Opinion
It’s clear PHRMA cares more about its next dollar than it does the livelihood and well-being of the residents who shell out large sums of money for their medication.