Datapoint: Elevance’s CarelonRx Launches Drug Coupon Price-Matching Program

Elevance Health Inc.’s CarelonRx PBM division will automatically apply the same pricing as publicly available coupons “on more than 50 generic medications that are typically used by consumers with a discount card,” the company said in a Sept. 19 press release. Through the program, dubbed EnsureRx, “commercial members will simply use their pharmacy member ID card at a retail pharmacy as normal, and EnsureRx will identify and apply the lowest cost available to them on select generic medications.” Medications filled under the EnsureRx program will still count toward a member’s deductible and out-of-pocket maximum, the press release said. Elevance currently serves 6,348,000 members in commercial risk-based products, and 20,160,000 in self-funded plans.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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