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Jonathan Rockoff, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal who covers the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, has done some ground-breaking work on drug prices.
A great example is The Dysfunction in Drug Prices, reported by Rockoff and his colleagues last year. It won a 2015 Award for Excellence in Health Care Journalism for writing on the business of health and it was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.
Rockoff spoke about drug costs at Health Journalism 2016 in Cleveland. In an essay accompanying his AHCJ award submission, Rockoff and his co-authors wrote about the lack of a centralized database on drug prices and how they basically had to build their own. Short of that, this tip sheet suggests some ways you can find and understand the data.
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