FDA head Gottlieb criticizes industry for ‘Kabuki drug-pricing’

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Food and Drug Administrator Scott Gottlieb on Wednesday criticized drugmakers, pharmacy benefit managers and health insurers for “Kabuki drug-pricing constructs” that he said expose consumers to high out-of-pocket costs and discourage competition.

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