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Congress Can Stop Pharmacy Benefit Managers from Manipulating Patients

Posted on Friday, January 6, 2023
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by Outside Contributor
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Millions of Americans rely on prescription medications to manage their illnesses. According to polling conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, roughly sixty percent of adults say they currently take at least one prescription medication, with a quarter of those taking four or more prescription drugs. Meanwhile, pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are putting the health of Americans at risk with schemes to divert copay assistance funds from patients and a lack of transparency.

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Pam
Pam
1 year ago

Couldn’t read the whole article. Icon in way.

CHuff
CHuff
1 year ago

I’d comment if I could read the article. All but the introductory paragraph is blocked by the “Let your friends…” block in portrait or landscape and trying to view in a browser either gets me a blank screen or bounces me back to the app. If I grab the url, uninstall the app and then browse to the url, I get dumped to the AMAC webpage home screen, also not helpful. Makes me think all the links I’ve shared before were unreadable, too. This happens all too often. I’d love it if you would fix these issues.

Michael J
Michael J
1 year ago

Anything touched by government will have exactly the opposite effect, especially when consumers are the bottom rung. Lobbying paid politicians, elected by stupid voters. What could possibly go wrong?

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