Mail-Order Pharmacy Not Necessarily Cheaper To Health Plans, Ohio Finds
Health plans should account for the rise in utilization that occurs with use of mail-order pharmacy when deciding if mail order saves money, Ohio Public Employees Retirement System Director of Healthcare Scott Streator said at the recent Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy Educational Conference in Chicago
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