Richard Levick, Contributor
It’s one of our major healthcare issues.
According to modest estimates, around three-quarters of prescription medication in the U.S. are generics. Some reports put that number at 84%, with predictions as high as 87% for the near future. Meanwhile, research firmIMS Health found that, in 2012, money spent on prescription drugs decreased by 1%. It was the first such drop since IMS started tracking numbers in 1957.
That the proliferation of generics has driven down total costs is hardly…………………read all at