WOONSOCKET, R.I. — One of the last major holdouts in the pharmacy business has added a discount generics program. Late last week, CVS/pharmacy here introduced a new pharmacy health care savings program aimed primarily at the uninsured, the company said. Starting Nov. 9, consumers who obtain a CVS/pharmacy Health Savings Pass for a $10 annual enrollment fee can fill a 90-day prescription for one of more than 400 common generic maintenance medications for $9.99 at CVS. In addition, the Health ...
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