Bill would let Kentucky take over Medicaid pharmacy benefits

By The Seattle Times
2018.02.14. 19:06
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Some Kentucky lawmakers want the state to take over Medicaid’s pharmacy benefits because they say the current system harms independent pharmacies in rural areas. But state officials say it would cost an extra $161 million for them to take over the program, of which about $36 million would come from state […]...



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