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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Title XXX
SOCIAL WELFARE
Chapter 409
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE
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Section 409.9066, Florida Statutes 2003

409.9066  Medicare prescription discount program.--

(1)  As a condition of participation in the Florida Medicaid program or the pharmaceutical expense assistance program, a pharmacy must agree to charge any individual who is a Medicare beneficiary and who is a Florida resident showing a Medicare card when he or she presents a prescription, a price no greater than the cost of ingredients equal to the average wholesale price minus 9 percent, and a dispensing fee of $4.50.

(2)  In lieu of the provisions of subsection (1), and as a condition of participation in the Florida Medicaid program or the pharmaceutical expense assistance program, a pharmacy must agree to:

(a)  Provide a private voluntary prescription discount program to state residents who are Medicare beneficiaries; or

(b)  Accept a private voluntary discount prescription program from state residents who are Medicare beneficiaries.

Discounts under this subsection must be at least as great as discounts under subsection (1).

(3)  The Agency for Health Care Administration shall publish, on a free website available to the public, the most recent average wholesale prices for the 200 drugs most frequently dispensed to the elderly and, to the extent possible, shall provide a mechanism that consumers may use to calculate the retail price that should be paid after the discount required in subsection (1) is applied.

History.--s. 3, ch. 2000-254; s. 1, ch. 2003-61.

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