We left this as an unanswered question last month, but I do now have the answer, for those on the edge of your seat.
The feds allow companies to offer incentives of "nominal value" on items that Medicare reimburses. The definition of that term is $10 per incentive not to exceed $50 per year.
So, at $0.10 worth of points per prescription, you would need to fill 500 scrips in one year to hit the limit. Good luck.
How did I learn this? I saw a news item talking about a similar CVS program - they offer $5 ECB when you fill 10 scrips. And somebody, who clearly has nothing better to do, has now sued CVS for offering illegal incentives.
Will have to discuss this more at another time, running out now, but FYI, we don't get ECB's on Rx's either, because of the law.
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