The Retail Price Survey page on the Medicaid.gov website has been updated to include a link to the National Average Drug Acquisition Cost (NADAC) Equivalency Metrics (https://www.medicaid.gov/
medicaid/prescription-drugs/ downloads/retail-price-survey/ nadac-equiv-metrics.pdf). The NADAC Equivalency Metrics will be published on a quarterly basis and are intended to be utilized for analyzing and monitoring the NADAC pricing relationship to compendia drug pricing values. In addition, the NADAC Equivalency Metrics can be utilized by state Medicaid programs for evaluating their respective pharmacy reimbursement protocols.
A methodology document titled NADAC Equivalency Methodology has been developed to outline the processes used to derive the NADAC Equivalency Metrics file and can be found at https://www.medicaid.gov/
medicaid/prescription-drugs/ downloads/retail-price-survey/ nadac-equiv-method.pdf.
For further information on the Retail Price Survey, please see the Retail Price Survey page at https://www.medicaid.gov/
medicaid/prescription-drugs/ retail-price-survey/index.html .