Prescriptions: Partly Filled, Fully Billed

The feds probe Eckerd for overcharging

It sounds innocent enough. The drugstore doesn't have a sufficient amount of the prescription medicine a customer needs. So the pharmacist fills part of the order, bills a health-care plan for the full amount, and tells the customer to come back for the rest. But what if the customer never returns?

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