DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens here will supply more than 70,000 Caterpillar employees, retirees and eligible dependents with low-cost prescription drugs, according to an agreement announced yesterday. Under the program, Caterpillar will be given Walgreens’ proprietary price list which is based off of the cost Walgreens pays the drug manufacturer. Walgreens and Caterpillar also agreed to explore, through Walgreens Complete Care and Well-Being program, other ways of creating an integrated ...

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