A Game Theory Analysis on Policy to Negotiate Lower Drug Prices for Medicare Part D

Bugbee, Noah.
2016

Medicare Part D is a set of prescription drug plans administered by private insurance companies that is available to all Americans eligible for Medicare (over age 65). Currently, Part D relies exclusively on free market competition to bring down drug prices for its beneficiaries. However, an increasingly common pharmaceutical class known as specialty drugs lack therapeutic substitutes to provide t... read more

Subjects
Medicare--Economic aspects.
Drugs--Prices--United States.
Game theory.
Tufts University. School of Medicine.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010696
ID: tufts:20182
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