Interstate Pharmacy Corp.

Approximately 1,100 nursing home residents, along with the University of Hawai'i, alleged that Interstate Pharmacy Corp. sold recycled pills. The company allegedly returned medication from nursing homes when a patient died or was transferred. Interstate also changed prescriptions to Hawai'i nursing home patients from the early 1990s through 2000. A $3.2 million out-of-court settlement has been reached on behalf of 3,585 Hawai'i nursing home residents. Elderly patients still living received an average of $900 each. (Jun-03-06) [HONOLULU ADVERTISER]

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