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SFC Miguel Barbosa-Figueroa
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I'm retired US Army, 100% service connected. Sometimes I catch some grief or answers that are not logical about medications. I'm suppose to receive service at no cost, including dental. I decided to get additional medical insurance to cover my spouse. My primary is blue shield supplemental is Tricare. But my meds are charged 100% to blue shield. I had arguments st the VA pharmacy about some meds reason cost, so they provide alternative med. But what is the issue if cost when the monies come out of my primary private insurance, in addition why is a pharmacist, second guessing my primary care physician
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PFC Donnie Harold Harris
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Should be part of a Normal cycle of Action at all VA hospitals.
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