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Problems with Third-Party Payments for Compounded Prescriptions

Author(s):  Heckman H Edward

Issue:  Mar/Apr 1998 - Pain Management
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Page(s):  134-136

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Abstract:  Obtaining fair reimbursements for compounded prescriptions from third parties is a difficult task. In this article, the author covers strategies for getting paid and staying paid for compounded preparations. He discusses third-party perceptions, ways to get paid, on-line guidelines and National Drug Code numbers and fraud.

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