How to Get Involved

Because all Americans depend on access to affordable prescription drugs, you and your family benefit from the work Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) do to rein in out-of-control drug prices.

Add your voice to the millions of Americans calling for lower prescription drug costs, more competition, increased access to generic medications, and better access to medication discounts and rebates.

Here are 3 ways you can help rein in out-of-control drug prices.

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Get alerts and campaign updates via email about policies affecting the cost of prescription drugs.

Stay in the know with occasional email bulletins about the work PBMs are doing to clamp down on out-of-control drug prices.

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Follow PCMA on social media for news and updates.

Follow us on social media for updates and information about prescription drug pricing.

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Share our campaign and statistics on social media.

Help your friends and followers understand the facts about prescription drug pricing.

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On average, PBMs will reduce drug costs by about 30% or $654 billion over the next decade.
Source: PBMs: Generating Savings for Plan Sponsors & Consumers

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PBMs save patients and payers 40-50% on prescription drug and related medical costs, compared to what they would spend without PBMs.
Source: The Return on Investment (ROI) on PBM Services

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PBMs save patients an average of $941 per person, per year.
Source: The Return on Investment (ROI) on PBM Services.

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Share these facts about prescription drug prices with your Facebook friends, Twitter, or LinkedIn followers!

See how much PBMs are saving in your state.

Check out PBM savings in each state.

PBMs are your advocates!

Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are working to lower prescription drug prices for consumers.
When they succeed, consumers save.