posted on Dec, 4 2017 @ 08:26 PM
a reply to: BELIEVERpriest
What regulations forced them out of the market?
Price fixing is a problem in of itself, though I'm just wanting to know exactly how regulations forced dairy farmers out of business.
Because all I can think of is regulations set upon parts of the business that make it cost prohibitive, aspects of product safety?
Now ObamaCare and its regulations have empowered the third party oligarchs (that the law has created) to withhold Rx reimbursements from the pharmacy
to the point that we are about to go under.
I'm from the UK so forgive my misunderstanding, I had to look up Rx... So basically people are getting free or discounted perscriptions and when you
the pharmacist try to claim the costs (as you should) you're not being reimbursed?
Where do you stand on rights in this regard? Because as I understand it the government is expecting you to hand out free drugs?
Again forgive any misunderstanding, here you either pay for your drugs or get them free or discounted depending on circumstances, the NHS covered
payments most likely do get reimbursement at a later date but nobody is handing out drugs with the risk of never getting paid.
our list of discounted generics has shrunk by about 50%
Paracetamol is paracetamol whether its a named brand or not, I can only see this being a problem with prescription-only drugs. Lotions, potions and
over the counter pills can be sold by anyone here, over priced drugs at a pharmacist almost guarantees their supply. See paracetamol prescribed by a
doctor for instance will cost the prescription, what I pay for the prescription would probably bag me 100 tablets at the local shop or 100's at a
I'm just trying to get my head around it, I understand price fixing on controlled substances, it's a problem and easy to implement. I just don't see
how the US government can stop or alter the price of non controlled substances.
What's the price of generic painkillers?