Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, along with state Insurance Commissioner Andrew Stolfi, have reached a $17 million settlement with Centene after alleging the company had overcharged the state’s Medicaid program for pharmaceutical costs, according to a news release from Oregon’s official website.

An investigation by authorities had focused on whether Centene was not providing certain pharmacy discounts in Oregon in an apparent effort to inflate fees paid to the health care giant, the news release said.

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