Biogen on Tuesday set an estimated annual price of $56,000 for its landmark Alzheimer's drug, raising the prospect that the drug could soon become one of largest single drivers of Medicare drug spending. Here's what that could mean for Medicare, private insurers, and patients themselves.
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Washington state officials on Monday announced the "Joints for Jabs" program, in which licensed marijuana stores in the state can offer free joints to anyone 21 and older who gets a Covid-19 vaccine at an on-site clinic by July 12, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, Missouri, and Washington.
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