Connecticut patients who pick up a prescription for Percocet at their local pharmacy pay an average of 58 cents a pill. But the same pill, dispensed by a physician, costs more than double that price.
That price disparity between drugs dispensed at pharmacies and those dispensed by doctors has narrowed since 2012, when price restrictions were enacted in the state. But a cost gap remains, according to a new study from the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI).
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