Walmart Stores and Sam’s Club have agreed to pay the U.S. and Minnesota $825,000 to resolve allegations that they violated the federal and state False Claims Acts for violating Medicaid rules for automatic prescription refills. U.S. Attorney Gregory Brooker and Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson jointly announced the settlement, which they said stemmed from a lawsuit filed by a whistleblower under the False Claims Act. Minnesota is one of about 20 states that does not allow Medicaid beneficiaries to have their prescription drugs automatically refilled. Instead, the state’s Medicaid program, called Medical Assistance, requires beneficiaries to request refills. The state’s ... Read More
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