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Chapter 15

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Third-party programs are simply another party besides the patient or the pharmacy that pays for some or all of the cost of medication. Another name for this is what? The insurer
Because of the pharmacy technician's role in the prescription filling process, he or she must understand what? The different types of health insurance and how drug benefits differ among the programs.
Coordination of benefits provides maximum coverage for health-care expenses through both health insurance plans and ensure that the benefit coverage for a claim doesn't exceed what percent of the total cost? 100%
Medicare and Medicaid are the largest public health insurance plans in the United States. What are the three health insurance plans for U.S. veteran? VA, TRICARE, and CAHMPVA
Insurance plans have set limits for how much of a medication can be dispensed at one time, based on the number of days the medication will last. This is called what? Days supply
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