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Athens Banner-Herald
Express Scripts to limit opioids; doctors concernedprescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted yesterday
prescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative care, or to cancer patients. A competitor, CVS Caremark, has a similar program. “A lot of times physicians are prescribing these drugs blindly,” Mahon said. “They... Read more
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Boston Globe
Amid opioid crisis, insurers restrict less-addictive but pricier painkillersThe New York state attorney general’s office sent letters last week to the thre
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
The New York state attorney general’s office sent letters last week to the three largest pharmacy benefit managers — CVS Caremark, Express Scripts, and OptumRx — asking how they were addressing the crisis. ProPublica and The New York Times... Read more
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Ball State Daily News
Renderings for North Residential Neighborhood revealed at Board of Trustees meetingboard announced changes for the 2018 Calendar Year Health Care Plans. Now, the
Ball State Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
board announced changes for the 2018 Calendar Year Health Care Plans. Now, the faculty prescription provider will be CVS Caremark. In addition, there will be increases in medical and healthcare premiums. The increases range from 2.9 to 8... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Prescription rules have been eased so Irma evacuees can get their medicationslocation, he said. CVS is allowing pharmacists to provide one-time emergency r
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
location, he said. CVS is allowing pharmacists to provide one-time emergency refills on 10-day supplies of medication for CVS Caremark and CVS Health plan members in areas impacted by Hurricane Irma. In addition, CVS is making automated calls and... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Pharmacists say Medicaid cuts could force them to close their doorsAdvantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayt
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 18 days ago
Advantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayton. Four out of the five plans use CVS Caremark as their pharmacy benefit manager to contract with pharmacies and set reimbursment rates. The managed care... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Pharmacists say Medicaid cuts could force them to close their doorsAdvantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayt
Dayton Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
Advantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayton. Four out of the five plans use CVS Caremark as their pharmacy benefit manager to contract with pharmacies and set reimbursment rates. The managed care... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Pharmacists say Medicaid cuts could force them to close their doorsAdvantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayt
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Advantage, and CareSource, which has its national headquarters in downtown Dayton. Four out of the five plans use CVS Caremark as their pharmacy benefit manager to contract with pharmacies and set reimbursment rates. The managed care... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Insurers' pacts set barriers to drugsRemicade is still on next year's list of preferred medicines at pharmacy-benefi
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
Remicade is still on next year's list of preferred medicines at pharmacy-benefit managers Express Scripts Holding Co. and CVS Caremark, run by CVS Health Corp. A Cigna Corp. spokesman declined to comment. Representatives for Anthem Inc., Aetna,... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
DeKalb County pharmacies concerned with concealed costs of third partiesbe buying a drug that can triple in price.” Some of the biggest PBMs operating
Daily Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
be buying a drug that can triple in price.” Some of the biggest PBMs operating today include ExpressScripts, OptumRx, CVS Caremark, Argus, Envision and ProCare RX. Some of these administrators have more revenue and profit than some of the... Read more
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Newsmax
Express Scripts to Limit Opioids; Doctors Concernedprescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative
Newsmax / Posted 1 months ago
prescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative care, or to cancer patients. A competitor, CVS Caremark, has a similar program. "A lot of times physicians are prescribing these drugs blindly," Mahon said. "They... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Express Scripts to limit opioids; doctors concernedprescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
prescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative care, or to cancer patients. A competitor, CVS Caremark, has a similar program. "A lot of times physicians are prescribing these drugs blindly," Mahon said. "They... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Docs Criticize Move by Top Drug Middleman to Limit Opioidsprescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 1 months ago
prescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative care, or to cancer patients. A competitor, CVS Caremark, has a similar program. "A lot of times physicians are prescribing these drugs blindly," Mahon said. "They... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Docs Criticize Move By Top Drug Middleman to Limit Opioidsprescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative
NBC Bay Area / Posted 1 months ago
prescriptions. The program does not apply to patients in hospice or palliative care, or to cancer patients. A competitor, CVS Caremark, has a similar program. "A lot of times physicians are prescribing these drugs blindly," Mahon said. "They... Read more
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