Health insurance companies often require “step therapy,” under which patients must try less expensive drugs before they can have access to some medicatitions.
Health insurance companies often require “step therapy,” under which patients must try less expensive drugs before they can have access to some medicatitions. Toby Talbot AP
Health insurance companies often require “step therapy,” under which patients must try less expensive drugs before they can have access to some medicatitions. Toby Talbot AP

Should insurance companies require patients to “fail first” on wrong drugs?

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