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US Unemployment Looms As A Threat To Pharma, But More Impact In 2021

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Sweeping job losses in the US have left people uninsured or transitioning from private insurance to Medicaid, which will impact how drugs are reimbursed. Changing payer mix will have an effect on company revenues.

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