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Date:5/24/2011

ion errors or a high number of consumer complaints."
  • Policies that undermine payers' ability to audit independent pharmacies suspected of fraud ("Audit Reform" policies). NHCAA supports measures that would "protect the integrity of health care audits by giving auditors more discretion and flexibility to perform their duties." Unfortunately, legislation championed by the independent drugstore lobby would instead grant pharmacies (even those with wasteful or abusive practices) an advance notice "heads up" before performing audits.

  • PCMA represents the nation's pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), which improve affordability and quality of care through the use of electronic prescribing (e-prescribing), generic alternatives, mail-service pharmacies, and other innovative tools for 200-plus million Americans


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