Wisconsin Medicaid pharmacist intervention reimbursement program will provide 42 services.
WISCONSIN MEDICAID PHARMACIST INTERVENTION REIMBURSEMENT, signed into law by Gov. Thompson (R) July 26, establishes payments to pharmacies for providing cognitive services to Medicaid enrollees. The state's fiscal year 1996 budget act stipulates that the Medicaid bureau provide "financial incentives for pharmacists who perform services that result in savings to the medical assistance program."
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