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A hard-hitting newsletter for health plans, PBMs, pharma companies and employers. Published biweekly, it delivers both timely news stories and in-depth accounts of cost management strategies that are being employed by drug purchasers. Coverage includes up-to-the minute news of industry consolidation, strategies for participation in exchanges, generic promotion tactics, formulary decisions, innovative benefit designs, drug pricing methodologies, PBM contracting, changes in Part D and other federal initiatives, and much more.
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Drug Benefit News is written by an editorial team with extensive experience in pharma/health care business publishing. 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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