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A Full-Service PBM That’s Fully Focused on You.

We’re positively disrupting the PBM market and optimizing prescription services for the well-being of patients.

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Your Prescription to Reduce Rx Costs

Direct Scripts is a full-service pharmacy benefit manager with a fully integrated offering of retail national network, mail order pharmacy and specialty pharmacy that provides our customers complete pharmacy coverage and service while saving self-insured employers money on their total prescription spend. Our clear, customer-centric business model enables us to deliver optimal patient outcomes at the lowest cost.

Transparency Is Healthier for Everyone

Our bold, transparent mail order pharmacy pricing solution is built on the actual cost of medications instead of the ever-changing AWP (Average Wholesale Price) favored by traditional PBMs. What Transparency Looks Like:

  • An open and honest pricing model that uses Actual Drug Cost plus a fixed-fee price for maintenance drugs
  • Formularies designed to provide the best value and outcome for the patients and customers
  • Clinical programs focused on managing high-cost diseases states and drug therapy management that support best patient outcome at an affordable price
  • Transparent rebate program

We Put People First, Profits Second

Our entire business model is based on optimizing prescription services for the benefit of patients. We offer programs designed to optimize the well-being of all employees; we provide a Pharmacy Discount Card that makes it easier for part-time employees to share in prescription cost savings; and we are hands-on when it comes to helping employees manage chronic diseases.

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Industry Insights

Opinion: An economist’s change of heart: It’s time to regulate the prescription-drug middlemen

By |August 15th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Pharmacy-benefit managers find ways to boost their bottom line at the expense of employers and patients I’ve studied the drug supply chain for [...]