the answer is is in the first sentence of the 2nd paragraph. It says the "Medicare Part D dispsnsing fee at about $2.27 per prescription was about $2 less than the average Medicaid dispensing fee. OIG suggests these findings to be considered by Congress and CMS when deliberating Medicare Part D reimbursement."
See the article titled OIG reviews prescription reimbursement.
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