“Specialty Trend”

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Specialty
Specialty spend continues to grow rapidly; CVS Health continues to innovate with strategies that reduced the trend impact of inflation significantly, to 1.7 percent. More
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Cost Management
As a health care innovation company, our steadfast focus is on helping to reduce costs and improve outcomes for our pharmacy benefit management (PBM) clients and their plan... More
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Cost Management
We want clients and members to get the most out of their benefit and the cost of a drug is aligned with the value it delivers. Despite AWP inflation near 10%, we kept drug price... More
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Cost Management
Transform RA Care is a comprehensive solution that combines high-touch care with strategic cost management to deliver a pharmacy trend guarantee and better patient outcomes. More
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Specialty
The impact of specialty medications on payors’ trend is not only rising, it is doing so more rapidly than ever before. From 2010 to 2015, spending on specialty drugs doubled,... More
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Medicaid members receiving low income subsidies (LIS) are meaningfully different from those not on such subsidies. Star measure risk adjustment for this population should include... More
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Specialty
CVS Caremark analysis project that specialty drugs will account for 50 percent of all prescription spending—under both the pharmacy and medical benefit—by 2018. Spend on specialty... More
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Specialty
The specialty pharmacy pipeline is complex and evolving and requires an innovative, dynamic management approach. More
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Cost Management
Over the last few years, the dermatological category has emerged as a top driver of drug trend. In 2015, the category trended at 39.5 percent and its impact on our gross trend was... More
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