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I received a letter today. The bank holding our health savings account (HSA) funds reminded us we will pay upwards of 30 percent more for my over the counter.

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Obama lied: Health care legislation increases taxes (HSA & FSA …

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Shane Wendel fits his diabetic customers for shoes, is starting flu-shot clinics next month and spends hours in his pharmacy counseling people about which Medicare insurance plan will pay the most for their medicines.

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ND protects small pharmacies from big box stores

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Drugstore operator and pharmacy benefits manager CVS Caremark Corp. says it will pay a dividend of 8.75 cents per share, the same amount paid quarterly since January.

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CVS Caremark approves 8.75 cent dividend

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According to a government report released Thursday, the nation will pay more for health care next year as a result of the sweeping overhaul legislation enacted earlier this year. But the increase is minimal, noted Medicare’s Office of …

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Report says nation's health care costs will rise | Washington Examiner

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Workers will pay more for their health care next year as companies prepare for provisions of the overhaul signed into law by President Obama, according to a survey released last week.

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Health care will cost employees more in '11 | Top Stories …

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At least $6.6 million will pay for services through nongovernmental organizations such as Catholic Charities.

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Louisiana mental health care gets $15 million from BP in wake of …

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Health care products distributor Cardinal Health Inc. said Wednesday it will pay a quarterly dividend of 19.5 cents.

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Cardinal Health declares dividend of 19.5 cents

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Medical device maker St. Jude Medical Inc. said Friday it will pay $3.7 million as part of a settlement with the Department of Justice over allegations the company paid illegal kickbacks to hospitals in Ohio.

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St. Jude settles fraud case for $3.7 million

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WASHINGTON (Reuters)—Now that U.S. health care reform is becoming a reality, states are sorting out how they will pay for two of the plan’s major components that will rest largely on their shoulders at the same time they are pulling out of a long economic downturn.

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Health care reform costs shift to cash-strapped states

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