Drug prices are still going through the roof

The prescription drug Humira is pictured inside a pharmacy.
The list price of Humira has gone up 19% since January 2017. Photo: JB Reed / Bloomberg via Getty Images

Since President Trump came into office in January 2017, pharmaceutical companies have hiked the prices of hundreds of drugs at rates that significantly outstrip inflation, according to an analysis conducted by Pharmacy Benefits Consultants. Twenty prescription drugs saw their prices rise by more than 200% in the past 14 months.

Between the lines: The pharmaceutical industry has not changed its pricing practices, despite the Trump administration's rhetoric about cracking down on high drug prices.