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Class-Action Suit Alleges CVS Charges Covered Customers More Than They'd Pay Without Insurance

August 09, 2017
A class-action lawsuit filed this week against CVS Health alleges the drugstore colludes with pharmacy benefit managers to charge customers more in co-pays for covered generic drugs than those customers would have paid for the drugs without insurance. The lawsuit, brought by a California woman, detail instances in which she says she was overbilled because of secret agreements between CVS and the pharmacy benefit managers that are middlemen between insurance companies and pharmacies. CVS Senior Director of Corporate Communications Mike...

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