A new report contends that upgrading Medicaid drug benefit programs would save $74.4 billion over 10 years without reducing benefits or the number of enrollees.

The Pharmaceutical Care Management Association sponsored the study, which consulting firm The Menges Group conducted. Savings in the report would total $43 billion to the federal government and $31.4 billion to states.

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