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Americans may waste as much as $258 billion a year by not taking prescribed medications because the missed doses lead to emergency room visits, doctors' visits and in-patient hospitalizations, according to a study by Express Scripts, an independent prescription- filling company. A second study
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Prescription benefits manager Express Scripts esrx said Monday it is buying health insurer WellPoint's wlp pharmaceutical benefit management subsidiaries for just under $4.68 billion. The buyout of WellPoint's NextRx subsidiaries includes a consideration for the value of a future tax benefit for