AG Gansler Recovers $20,000 in Settlement with Rite Aid of Maryland
Baltimore, MD - Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that Maryland has reached a settlement agreement with Rite Aid of Maryland, Inc., resolving allegations that the pharmaceutical retailer had a practice of keeping both the payments and the prescriptions that had been returned as "undeliverable." Under the agreement, Rite Aid will pay $20,000 to the Maryland Medicaid Program, a portion of which will be shared with the federal government.
- Date:February 6, 2014
- Agency:Maryland Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies