Showdown looms between CVS pharmacies and Texas Medicaid regulators

The Texas Attorney General’s office has accused some of the state’s largest pharmacies of cheating the Medicaid program by reporting exaggerated prices on medications and raking in larger reimbursements than they deserve.

And while several pharmacies have settled with the state and gone about their business, CVS is giving the state its stiffest opposition yet. Five years of negotiations have resulted in competing lawsuits filed recently in Travis County, leaving a civil judge to interpret a law that’s at the center of a $130 million dispute.

Source: Showdown looms between CVS pharmacies and Texas Medicaid regulators THE STATESMAN

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