Reducing the Disposal of Unused, Expensive Injectable Medications Requires Changes in the Way the U.S. Produces, Administers, and Pays for Drugs

Every yr, important amounts of drugs remaining more than and unused from solitary-dose vials are discarded, but for the reason that of the way medicine are priced and compensated for in the United States, the value of the discarded volume are unable to be recouped, says a new congressionally mandated report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Drugs.

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