MEDI-CAL CONSIDERING CONTRACT WITH SINGLE PHARMACY BENEFIT COMPANY TO MANAGE DRUG PROGRAM; CALIF, GOV. WILSON PROPOSES AT- RISK CONTRACT AS PART OF BUDGET
Medi-Cal would contract out management of its drug program to a single private sector managed pharmacy benefit company under a budget proposal presented to the California legislature Jan. 7 as part of Republican Governor Wilson's fiscal 1995 budget plan.
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