CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Three North Carolina pharmacies filed a class action suit against CVS Caremark for violating the North Carolina Pharmacy of Choice Act and for unfair and deceptive business practices. The class action complaint was filed on Jan. 3 by independents — Burton’s Pharmacy, Pike’s Pharmacy and Dilworth Drug, located in Greensboro and Charlotte, North Carolina. The independents allege that in its role as a prescription benefit manager (PBM), CVS Caremark obtained private ...

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