Author: CAPD

New Study Shows Big Pharma’s Prices Push Drug Costs Higher

Anyone following the U.S. drug pricing debate knows that “drug prices” are complicated. Most brand-name prescription drugs sold…

Georgia Legislators Should Preserve Tools to Lower Drug Prices

Published in The Newnan Times-Herald As COVID-19 continues to impact the nation, Georgia’s Governor and state legislature are…

Tapping into the Generic Pipeline in 2020: Savings for Consumers

Three months into 2020 and the prescription drug pricing crisis continues to grow; in January alone, drug manufacturers…

Creating a Competitive Marketplace that Works for Patients

U.S. patients, payors and the health care system are spending billions of dollars more on prescription drugs than…

Drug Pricing: Questions for the Presidential Candidates

With the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary taking the spotlight, national attention on the presidential race and…

Meaningful Transparency

As policymakers seek to address widespread concern about high drug prices, the conversation often includes a call for…

Creating a Marketplace that Works for Patients

The challenge of high and rising drug prices affects almost all Americans – and voters are unified in…

Real solutions to easing the burden of high drug costs

Read full op-ed in The Hill  The last few weeks have seen a flurry of activity with several…

Soaring Drug Prices: The Time to Act Is Now

As Congress continues to examine the issue of drug pricing, there is one thing we can all agree…

Retired Teachers on the Front Lines of the Drug Pricing Debate

By Jane Gilbert Published in Morning Consult More than two-thirds of Americans report that they are very concerned about the…