Multiple class-action lawsuits have been recently filed against CVS and Walgreens. The plaintiffs are claiming the pharmacies overcharged them for their generic drug prescriptions. The suits argue that the consumers would have been better off paying for the generic medications without using their insurance. The article goes on to further explain how the terms of the confidential agreements between the pharmacies and their PBMs create a conflict of interest and have harmed consumers. Click here to learn more.
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