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  • C-THRU Act Would Increase Federal Spending by $20 Billion

    C-THRU Act Would Increase Federal Spending by $20 Billion

    Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D- Ore.) introduced the C-Thru Act which would require a greater transparency between entities such as pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and pharmaceutical companies regarding rebates they receive on behalf of their health plan clients. While it is considered common knowledge that PBMs negotiate rebates, it is unclear how they

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  • Auto Accidents Increase During Summer Months – Myth or Truth

    Auto Accidents Increase During Summer Months – Myth or Truth

    People travel all year long. There are business travelers and people who travel for pleasure. There is an ebb and flow of the level of traffic during the year. The question becomes, are there certain times of the year where the auto accidents are greater? In this article, we will focus on the summer months.

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  • National Physical Fitness Month

    National Physical Fitness Month

    When the weather starts getting warmer, everyone begins to think about all of the outdoor activities that they would like to participate in. May is a great month to get active because it is National Physical Fitness Month. During this month, you can reflect on your health and level of activity.  In 1983, the President’s

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  • Will autonomous driving cars in accidents affect fault/no fault laws?

    Will autonomous driving cars in accidents affect fault/no fault laws?

    When two or more cars get into an accident, the driver who was at fault will use their personal insurance policy to cover the property and bodily damages that occur to the victim. Both vehicles were being driven by a person who was controlling the steering wheel, gas/brake pedal, and the general movement of the

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  • February’s Topic is Low Vision Awareness

    February’s Topic is Low Vision Awareness

    Our awareness feature for February is low vision. Low vision differs from nearsightedness or farsightedness because it can’t be corrected with glasses, surgery, or medicine. Low vision affects your ability to live your life as you’ve always done. It can become difficult to move around your house, read books, cook dinner or drive your car.

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