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Category: Pharmacy Benefits

Redesigning for Results: Pharmacy Benefits

Complimentary registrations for  All  ends July 16 so  Register Now! MBGH members always have complimentary registrations but  Register Now  to claim your seat before someone else does! Attendance at our virtual conference will be limited due to platform capacity . Ask any employer whether they have found the "secret sauce" for managing their pharmacy benefits and the answer is generally "no". The complexity caused by... Read More
Posted by Cristie Travis at Tuesday, July 13, 2021

How Ending Medicare Drug Rebates Impacts You

Check out these resources to get a clearer picture of how the Trump Administration's proposed regulations ending drug rebates for Medicare Part D plans and Medicaid managed care plans (assuming they are finalized) impact you.  HHS Fact Sheet on the Proposed Reguations:  Check out the section on "What This Means for Private Plans" for the nuances of OIG rules and possible impications for you. Modern Healthcare "Azar Suggests Commercial Plans Will Ditch... Read More
Posted by Cristie Travis at Thursday, February 14, 2019

Purchasers Guide to PBM Quality 2018 Gives Employers Critical Performance Data

The "Purchasers Guide to PBM Quality 2018" from MBGH and the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions reports on comparative performance of PBMs; provides special reports on cutting-edge PBM practices; and gives you specific action steps you can take now to improve pharmacy benefit cost and quality.    The blinded public report can be used by employers as a discussion guide with your PBM to explore and benchmark their performancce as well as set expectations... Read More
Posted by Cristie Travis at Tuesday, November 27, 2018

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