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pills in bottle made of dollars Because rebate contracts are secret, nobody knows the full extent of the practice nor how much it costs the health system in unrealized savings. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Lisa Crook was lucky. She saved $800 last year after her insurance company started covering a new, less expensive insulin called Basaglar that was virtually identical to the brand she had used for years.

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