After Decade Of Settlements And CIAs, Omnicare Faces Another DOJ Complaint
Government alleges Omnicare and its parent CVS Health filled thousands of invalid prescriptions to elderly and disabled individuals; suit follows nine settlements and two corporate integrity agreements since 2006.
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