Study Links PBMs to Medicine Overpayments

Much has been written about the role Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) play in driving up the cost of prescription brand named drugs. However, far less has been written about how PBMs current business practices lead U.S. consumers, employers, and the government to pay too much for what should be low-cost drugs. Now a new paper, […]

Consumers Would Benefit from State Bans on Copay Adjustment Programs

Last month, the Ohio House Legislature voted unanimously 89-0 to end a controversial practice known as accumulator adjustment, or copay adjustment, that Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) and insurance companies use to restrict patient access to drug manufacturers provided copay coupons used to help meet their deductibles. Should the bill be approved by the Ohio Senate, […]