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Too Many Middlemen? Long-Term Care Pharmacies are Losing Fight for Control of Part D Formularies

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Omnicare's lawsuit against UnitedHealth Group is part of a battle for survival by long-term care pharmacy providers. The stakes for manufacturers are high: who can really deliver market share under Part D?

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