Drug price transparency

It's time for patients to have the full story

Pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance companies, and pharmacy benefit managers set prices for the medications that patients rely on every day.  But how are they making these decisions?  Why does a life-saving drug cost a few dollars per pill one day and then a few hundred dollars the next?  Their business models make it hard to know if they are putting profits ahead of patient care, and make it difficult for consumers to hold them accountable.

It's time for patients to have the full story.

Americans spend billions of dollars each year for their products, the least they can do is let us know what we're paying for. Tell Congress it's time these companies introduce transparency to the general public.