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Did you know? Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are your care coordinators, saving patients and payers an average of $962 per person, per year.

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When PBMs succeed

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Every day, Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) coordinate your pharmecutical care by negotiating lower costs on prescription drugs, advocating for access to more generic medications, and securing rebates and discounts everyday.

They're working to coordinate more healthcare options that save you time and money.

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Pharmacy Benefit Managers

Who we are

Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are your health care coordinators, advocating on your behalf to lower out-of-control prescription drug costs for patients and payers across the country.

Today, health care plans hire PBMs to not only secure lower costs for prescription drugs through discounts and rebates, but to advocate for access to generic drugs and home delivery, and ensure your medication's safety. PBMs are coordinating every step of your pharmaceutical care for better health outcomes.

OnYourRxSide is an educational platform that provides critical information to help you learn more about prescription drug pricing and understand PBMs’ role in advocating for lower prescription drug costs and greater savings on necessary medications.

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Better access. Better Cost. Better Health.

Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are your health care coordinators, working to lower out-of-control prescription drug costs and get more access to generic medications for patients across the country.

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