PBMs Could Be Driving Up Plan Sponsors’ Drug Costs

In  June 2016, only two months after the contract term began, an individual’s claim for an erectile  dysfunction compound medication totaled $405,325.43 over three months

By Jonathan E. Levitt, Esq., Dae Y. Lee, Pharm.D., Esq., CPBS, and Adam C. Farkas, Esq.

Far too many pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) thrive on opacity in their business operations, but sometimes public litigation… Read More