Tag Archives: Pharmacy Benefit Managers

Trump’s Exec Order on drug pricing proves he’s like the leopard; he can’t change his spots

A draft of President Donald Trump’s executive order on drug prices lists several proposals to lessen regulatory hurdles for the pharmaceutical industry, reports The New York Times. Here are four things… Read more »

Mylan’s EpiPen profitable despite recalls, lawsuits; stock price immune to ethics rants

Mylan NV (Amsterdam) is facing a new class-action lawsuit related to the price hikes of it EpiPen devices. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Tacoma, Washington on Monday… Read more »

Express Scripts says prescription drug spending slowed in 2016; but compared to what, a speeding train?

The News: According to a recent report released by Express Scripts Holding Co. (St. Louis MO), the average list price of the most commonly used branded drugs in the US… Read more »

Novo Nordisk to cap price increases as drug costs face more scrutiny; do two drugmakers equal a trend?

With drug companies under fire over prices, the world’s largest insulin maker plans to limit increases and join competitors by introducing a model that ties the cost of medicines to… Read more »