Who gets windfall when government picks up young's drug tab?

… In a statement last year in response to the announcement of OHIP+ in the Ontario government’s spring budget, human resource giant Morneau Shepell says plan sponsors could expect savings.  “Most group health benefit programs define a dependent child as someone who is under age 21, or under age 25 if in full-time attendance at an accredited institution, and the implementation of OHIP+ could mean significantly reduced drug claims under these programs,” the Morneau Shepell statement says. “Prescription drugs typically represent the lion’s share of costs for these plans.”… 

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