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follow zzyzzx 2018 Oct 10, 8:07am
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Americans overspend by an estimated $135 million on prescriptions through their insurance, in cases when they would cost less out of pocket. Yet pharmacists are often under gag orders from telling customers about that discrepancy.A new bill introduced in the Senate would end this practice.
In practice this seems silly.I have clients who bring multiple discount programs in and ask the pharmacist which will result in the lowest price.Nor sure why this bill is needed
I have clients who bring multiple discount programs in and ask the pharmacist which will result in the lowest price.Nor sure why this bill is needed
I hold the government responsible for allowing this scam in the first place.
Man, what a Nazi.
Goran_K saysMan, what a Nazi. Why didn't the 2009-2010 Congress and Obama do this?
It was either a provision they didnt catch or gave this to the carriers explicitly to make this arrangement more profitable for them.