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Keeping ‘temporary’ drug rebates is ‘option’ says German HTA

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The head of the German pricing and reimbursement body, the G-BA, Josef Hecken, has floated an option with Germany’s health ministry that temporary 10% rebate hikes imposed on pharma earlier this year should be extended in order to keep pharmaceutical costs down until the savings wrought through the new AMNOG pricing and reimbursement system kick in fully.

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