AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas pharmacists have moved a step closer toward claiming reimbursement for providing education and training to Medicaid patients with diabetes. The Texas Pharmacy Association has reached an agreement with the Texas Department of Health, both based here, to allow pharmacists in the state to establish demonstration projects that would allow reimbursement for cognitive services. "That's an exciting development. That kind of recognition is encouraging to pharmacy as we try ...
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