After Pandemic Pause, PBM Selling Season Sees Flurry of Activity

In a sign of pent-up demand as the COVID-19 pandemic winds down, a near-record number of companies likely will consider switching to a new PBM during the 2022 selling season that’s now underway, consultants and observers say.

In addition, generally negative publicity about the PBM industry’s contracts and tactics is leading employers to look at more transparent alternatives to the largest traditional PBMs, says David Dross, national practice leader for managed care pharmacy consulting at Mercer.

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