The 10 Costliest Prescription Drugs

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  1. Seven Things to Know From The Q1 2017 Truveris National Drug Index Report

    1. Prescription drug prices increased 8.77% overall in 2016
    2. The average annual Rx price increase was 9.98% over the last three years
    3. In comparison, the U.S. Consumer Price Index reported a 2.10% increase for 2016
    4. For Q1 2017, the Truveris NDI indicates that drug prices increased another 2.33%
    5. Branded drugs increased 12.92% in 2016
    6. Generic drugs increased 0.32% in 2016
    7. Specialty drugs increased 7.93% in 2016
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    Notes: The National Drug Index is a weighted price index that measures the average price of prescription drugs in the U.S., driven by the most commonly prescribed medications.

    Source: Truveris

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