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Strategies To Ease Short-Term Earnings Pain From Health Reform Include Cost-Cutting, Diversification

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With market-based fees and increased Medicaid rebates set to start several years before drug manufacturers will see any benefit of an expanded market from health care reform, consultants are suggesting several ways to counter the short-term negative effect on earnings, including continued cost-cutting and diversification
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