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As States Move to Legalize Cannabis, Potency Left Unregulated
New research in American Journal of Preventive Medicine led by USC health economist Rosalie Liccardo Pacula finds that single use purchases of cannabis in states that have legalized typically allow for enough THC to supply a daily user for an entire month or more.
Medicare Payment for Physician-Administered (Part B) Drugs: The Interim Final Rule and a Better Way Forward
A look at how policymakers can reform an interim-final rule to use Medicare’s demonstration authority under the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) to make large reductions in the amounts it pays physicians for high-cost medicines they administer under Part B.
Reducing Administrative Waste in the US Health Care System
Eliminating administrative expense has the benefit of lowering health care costs without affecting spending on patient care.
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