Generic Rx Reimbursement At Actual Cost Could Save Medicaid $470 Mil. – IG
Medicaid programs could save $470 mil. by adjusting reimbursement for pharmacies to reflect the actual acquisition cost for generic drugs, a HHS Inspector General report issued March 14 states
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