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Costco to pay $11.75m over medical prescriptions

20/01/2017 - 15:12

Warehouse retail giant Costco has agreed to pay $11.75 million to settle allegations that some of its pharmacies improperly filled prescriptions for controlled substances, federal officials announced recently. 

The Justice Department alleged that Costco pharmacies filled prescriptions that were incomplete, lacked valid Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) numbers or were for substances beyond some doctors’ scope of practice and that Costco failed to keep and maintain accurate records for controlled substances, according to a news re... 

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