Understanding Competition in U.S. Prescription Drug Markets: Entry and Supply Chain Dynamics #00450

Submission Number:
00450
Commenter:
Alford
State:
Kentucky
Initiative Name:
Understanding Competition in U.S. Prescription Drug Markets: Entry and Supply Chain Dynamics
in one of the very few countries that actually have pbms, of which by their own admission their number one role is to save the system money, america has by far and away the highest medication costs. if this were an employee we would have fired them 20 years ago when it was obvious they were not meeting their main objective, but instead we noticed their bank account growing ever larger as they daily stole money out of our registers. when will america wake up? if you keep the same employee that has stolen from you for years all the while your assets continue to dwindle, then why is the FTC or anyone in government naive enough to think you will not continue to get more of the same? the definition of insanity...if you keep doing the same thing yet expecting different results. stop believing all the lies...period. the same argument made by them that if you dont give them free reign then you will increase healthcare spending will be counted as rubbish one day...eventually. when will that happen? cvs and caremark merger should never have been allowed to happen. on what planet or business enterprise does an entities competitor get to also pay the competitor whatever they feel like? if you allow CVS to purchase Aetna then you will get more of the same. do you realize this?