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At Community Solutions: Ohio Prepares for Future Mobility Solutions, Sign Up Today!

How can new transportation technology help ensure older adults and people with disabilities remain active and have access to transportation? Join us on August 10 for a special discussion!

Randy Cole, Executive Director of the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission, who is part of Governor John Kasich’s DriveOhio Team, will be the guest at Community Solutions’  upcoming Human Services Advocacy Network event. Space is limited, so sign up today!

 

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In the Region: Banking on a Different Kind of Asset: Community Solutions Volunteers at Kids Book Bank

At Community Solutions, our work is generally focused on policy and research, but recently our board and staff volunteered at the Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank. Read more about Cleveland Kids Book Bank, about our experience and see photos of the event here!

In Ohio: If You Want to Cut Costs in Medicaid, Sharpen Your Knives: Innovation in Medicaid Pharmacy

It is common knowledge that the pharmacy benefit in Medicaid is, if anything, a major driver of cost. While this is well known and was most recently identified by the Joint Medicaid Oversight Committee’s actuary in late 2016, the recent Pharmacy Benefit Manager mess at the state level has brought these issues to light. Read more on two state’s bold proposals to fundamentally shift how pharmacy is managed in Medicaid here.

In the US: Meet the Rebate, the New Villain of High Drug Prices

An increasingly popular culprit in the debate over high drug prices is the pharmaceutical rebate, the after-the-fact discounts that form the heart of the nation’s market for prescription drugs. Now, a growing chorus wants to get rid of them, or at least change the way they are applied after drug companies have already set their prices. Read more here.

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