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Pharmaceutical Care Management Association president and CEO JC Scott

PCMA issues statement on passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

PCMA issues statement on passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

WASHINGTON — Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) president and CEO JC Scott issued the following statement on Congress’ passage of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package: “We applaud Congress for passing the infrastructure legislation, which, when signed into law, will enact a three-year delay of the Medicare Part D rebate rule. There is no question that the rebate

PCMA issues statement on rebate rule repeal in budget bill

PCMA issues statement on rebate rule repeal in budget bill

WASHINGTON — Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) president and CEO JC Scott issued the following statement on the Ways and Means Committee’s inclusion of full repeal of the rebate rule in the committee’s “Build Back Better Act:” “We applaud chairman Richard Neal, and members of the Ways and Means Committee, for including a permanent repeal

PCMA praises Biden Administration’s nominees for key Department of HHS positions

PCMA praises Biden Administration’s nominees for key Department of HHS positions

WASHINGTON — Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA) president and CEO JC Scott issued the following statement on the pending confirmations of three officials of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS): Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, nominee for Administrator for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; Andrea Palm, nominee for Deputy Secretary; Melanie Egorin, nominee

Xavier Becerra confirmed as Biden’s health secretary

Xavier Becerra confirmed as Biden’s health secretary

WASHINGTON — The Senate on Thursday confirmed California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as President Joe Biden’s health secretary, filling a key position in the administration’s COVID-19 response and its major push to lower drug costs, expand insurance coverage, and eliminate racial disparities in medical care. The 50-49 vote makes the 63-year-old Becerra the first Latino