Payers and patients aren’t the only ones deeply concerned about U.S. drug price hikes. Hospitals have also been hit badly by hikes, a new report says, detailing some of the worst sticker shocks--and the high costs associated with them. Issued by the American Hospital Association, the report says drug price hikes seem to be “random, inconsistent and unpredictable,” making it tough for hospitals to manage their budgets. In its list of the most-hiked meds from 2013 to 2015 are several familiar names to pharma watchers. - Fierce Pharma
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