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The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General says that in 2001, Medicaid could have saved millions of additional prescription drug rebate dollars if every state had collected rebates for all single-source physician-administered drugs and 40 multiple-source physician-administered drugs.

Fiscal Fitness: How States Cope - Rebates on physician-administered drugs go unclaimed; Medicaid losing out on millions