Wis. program partners with pharmacists to lower costs

UnitedHealthcare has joined the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin's pilot project to pay pharmacists for time spent counseling patients on medications and pointing out less expensive alternatives. The project aims to reduce costs and improve the quality of care for participating patients, who have multiple prescriptions or providers.

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