Massachusetts List of Interchangeable Drugs (MLID)

Massachusetts law requires interchange of less expensive, therapeutically equivalent drug products listed in the MLID.

The Drug Formulary Commission recommends additions to and deletions from the state drug formulary, the Massachusetts List of Interchangeable Drugs (MLID). Massachusetts law requires interchange of less expensive, therapeutically equivalent drug products listed in the MLID.
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