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Pharmacy benefit managers are defending the tactics they use to keep prescription drug costs down and pointing the finger back at Big Pharma.
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Cigna is set to complete its deal for pharmacy benefits manager Express Scripts. The deal gives Cigna more control over its customers' prescriptions.
Healthcare deals hit an all-time record in 2018. See the 7 biggest tie-ups that could change how we buy drugs and treat diseases.
A record $421 billion in healthcare deals have been announced this year. A global pharma deal and a US insurance merger are among the largest.
2 massive healthcare deals just got approved by the DOJ — and they will change healthcare as we know it
BI PRIME: Cigna + Express Scripts. Aetna + CVS Health. The mega-deals, once officially closed, will redraw the healthcare industry as we know it, giving health plans a lot more control over who's paying for prescription drugs.
The Department of Justice just cleared Cigna's $67 billion merger with Express Scripts. The deal combines a health insurer and a company that helps negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs in the form of rebates on behalf of health plans. It's expected to close by the end of 2018.
The Department of Justice is getting close to approving two healthcare megamergers, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. Express Scripts was up as much as 4% on the report, while Cigna, Aetna, and CVS all gained at least 1%.
The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare reveals why medical care is moving into homes and out of hospitals
The lines around what defines a healthcare company have been changing drastically. As companies merge, they're betting that the future of healthcare will no longer be at the hospital but at pharmacies, and eventually, at home.
Cigna and Express Scripts shareholders have voted to approve the companies' $67 billion merger. The deal combines a health insurer and a company that helps negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs in the form of rebates on behalf of health plans.