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A hard-hitting newsletter for health plans, PBMs, pharma companies and employers. Published biweekly, it delivers timely news and in-depth accounts of cost management strategies being employed by purchasers. Coverage includes news of performance-based pricing, the emerging biosimilars market, pricey drug launches, soaring specialty costs, insurer and PBM consolidation, generic inflation, exclusionary formularies, narrow pharmacy networks and more.
With so much at stake in the struggle to contain costs without compromising quality, it is difficult to get a clear picture of new challenges and opportunities in the pharmaceutical business, and which new strategies are working. Drug Benefit News — a biweekly newsletter focused on the issues and events with the biggest impact on pharmacy benefit management — provides news and business analysis on big-dollar topics such as:
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Drug Benefit News is written by an editorial team with extensive experience in pharma/health care business publishing. Editor Lauren Flynn Kelly, who served as editor of DBN from 2004 to 2005 and returned to AIS in 2011, has been covering health business issues for more than a decade. Managing Editor Angela Maas has an extensive background in editing, reporting and writing for pharma publications. She also is the managing editor of AIS’s monthly newsletter Specialty Pharmacy News. Executive Editor Jill Brown is a veteran health care reporter who brings an intelligent perspective on the forces reshaping the health care industry.
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