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ASHINGTON — Pharmaceutical company Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and insurance giant Aetna (AET) are partnering on “value-based” contracts for diabetes care, a practice executives from the companies discussed during an industry breakfast Tuesday morning.

J&J executive vice president Joaquin Duato said that one of the agreements covers the type 2 diabetes drug Invokana. J&J gives Aetna a rebate if a predetermined percentage of patients have to take additional diabetes medications.

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