Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data (sponsor)

I am pleased to welcome AIS Health as a Drug Channels sponsor.

AIS is now offering the 2000-2011 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data, its latest comprehensive compilation of PBM industry data. The new report includes AIS' quarterly survey data from Q1-2000 through Q2-2011 on membership, market share, drug spend, costs, utilization, and a whole lot more. Check out the Table of Contents for a list of all data fields in the book and accompanying CD.

As a bonus, you'll save $250 off the regular price if you order now.

FYI, AIS also publishes many outstanding newsletters, including Specialty Pharmacy News and Drug Benefit News (where I am on the Editorial Advisory Board).


Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data: Costs, Benefit Design, Utilization, PBM Market Share

For the past 12 years, AIS has been surveying pharmacy benefit management companies of all kinds and compiling the results. The brand-new edition of Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data captures PBM membership and market share data from 1st Quarter 2000 to 2nd Quarter 2011. With stats by company and by aggregated numbers, Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data reports the top benchmarks on the entire books of business for PBMs:
  • Prescription volume
  • Drug spend
  • Covered lives
  • Cost trends
  • Mail order market share
  • And much more.
Pharmacy Benefit Trends and Data is a resource that consists of both a printed book and an accompanying CD with all of the book’s data—plus additional data not contained in the book—in easy-to-use Excel spreadsheets. It also contains a directory of PBMs, PBAs, SPPs and related companies with contact information, key executives and business volume indicators, such as number of clients and total Rx per year.

Visit http://aishealth.com/marketplace/pharmacy-benefit-trends-and-data to view the data fields, Table of Contents and to order your copy of this valuable resource.

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