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Providers Say Reimbursement Inadequate Under Proposed Pharmacy Rules

  • State: California
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Service providers say changes to the pharmaceutical fee schedule that the Division of Workers’…

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Frank Neuhauser Oct 10, 2018 a 7:10 am PDT

Interesting. Christine Baker retired and the special interests are rushing to roll back the common sense reforms she instituted.

Oct 10, 2018 a 9:10 am PDT

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Kimberley J Pryor Oct 10, 2018 a 5:10 pm PDT

Considering the fact that Medi-Cal is paying fora good number of my clients' medication at this point anyway, it's not surprising that they only want to pay Medi-Cal prices.
Greed greed greed, for the 20% and less tax (non) payers. they really don't care if other people can feed their children, as long as they get their big dividend checks.
Yes, I said it. On the outside. The emperor is naked.

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