A new law in Washington state would put signs or stickers in the windows of pharmacies that can offer birth control without a doctor’s prescription. Only about 40 pharmacists statewide have that ability now, but that could change when new rules take effect next year requiring insurers to reimburse pharmacists for additional health care services.
A new law in Washington state would put signs or stickers in the windows of pharmacies that can offer birth control without a doctor’s prescription. Only about 40 pharmacists statewide have that ability now, but that could change when new rules take effect next year requiring insurers to reimburse pharmacists for additional health care services. Kelsey Snell MCT
A new law in Washington state would put signs or stickers in the windows of pharmacies that can offer birth control without a doctor’s prescription. Only about 40 pharmacists statewide have that ability now, but that could change when new rules take effect next year requiring insurers to reimburse pharmacists for additional health care services. Kelsey Snell MCT

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Want birth control prescribed by your pharmacist? Check for a sticker

March 31, 2016 3:56 PM

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