§ 240 Short Title
§ 241 Definitions
§ 242 Program Eligibility
§ 243 Pharmaceutical Insurance Contract
§ 244 Powers of the Commissioner of Health
§ 246 Regulations
§ 247 Cost-Sharing Responsibilities of Eligible Program Participants for Comprehensive Coverage
§ 248 Cost-Sharing Responsibilities of Eligible Program Participants for Catastrophic Coverage
§ 249 Participating Provider Pharmacies
§ 250 Reimbursement to Participating Provider Pharmacies
§ 251 Penalties for Fraud and Abuse
§ 252 Procedures for Determinations Relating to Package, or Form of Dosage or Administration, of Certain Drugs
§ 253 Utilization of Out-of-State Provider Pharmacies; Necessity and Convenience
§ 254 Cost of Living Adjustment

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