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Canadian drug company offers to help our Ten Care (similar to Medicaid) program

by Angeline Booher / February 24, 2004 7:51 AM PST
A Canadian company says it can cut TennCare drug costs by more than 40% and save up to $200 million yearly for the state. But that was only one side of the issue they heard Tuesday about one of the most controversial issues of health care.

Executives from CanRx Services claimed that the state's TennCare costs could be cut up to 46% if Tennessee purchases its drugs from them or anywhere besides the U.S.

It sounds to me that the offer should not be dismissed out of hand.

The governor has included instituting an approved drug list to save money, which must be done, or this program will go belly up.

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One minor problem ... purchasing from them would be illegal ...

Aside from that minor technicality it is probably a good idea.

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BTW: Do you have a link to the whole article? (NT)


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Here you are!
by Angeline Booher / February 25, 2004 6:31 AM PST
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