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Medicaid AMPs Ratcheted Down To 150% In President’s 2008 Budget

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Even though CMS is still working on rules to revise Medicaid's prescription drug reimbursement formula, the agency is proposing to reduce its payments to state Medicaid programs that are based on that formula

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