Go look at Jazz's recent profits. Just Google it. They're making a killing on Xyrem with all the price hikes. The insurance companies are the ones who really should be complaining. The drug is so difficult to get, it may as well not exist.
Doctors are reluctant to prescribe it, and insurance companies require that you do a few cartwheels to get it. For example, my insurance company, Great-West Life, requires a full drop cataplexy, and the doctor must witness it. In addition to that, all other drugs to treat cataplexy must have failed first. Why? Because the drug is so darn expensive.