Nearly half of patients with hepatitis C on Medicaid denied drug coverage

Nearly 50% of Medicaid patients infected with chronic hepatitis C whose doctors had prescribed newer, life-saving antiviral drugs were denied coverage to the therapies because they weren’t considered “a medical necessity” or because the patients tested positive for alcohol/drugs, among other reasons, according to research from Penn Medicine. Read more.

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