How much is too much?

Maryland’s Prescription Drug Affordability Board sharpened its focus Monday on establishing a process to impose upper price limits for some prescription drugs in the state.

Maryland, a pioneer in establishing a cost control board for medications, has no definition for “upper payment limits” within its state code.

“So for our purposes, it means the maximum amount paid or reimbursed for a prescription drug product,” said Andrew York, the executive director for the Prescription Drug Affordability Board,... Read More: WTOP