CVS Pharmacy is currently selling a generic epinephrine autoinjector for a price of $109.99 per two-pack, which is about one-sixth the cost of Mylan’s EpiPen two-pack.
The product, an authorized generic for Adrenaclick,
Data from afound that the average total Part D Medicare spending per EpiPen prescription increased nearly fivefold, from an average of $71 in 2007 to $344 in 2014. This trend continued, and in September 2016, Mylan’s CEO Heather Bresch faced questioning on Capitol Hill about the price hikes from members of the House Oversight Committee.
“We’re encouraged to see national efforts to make epinephrine autoinjectors more affordable and more available to Americans across the country,”