News Briefs: Rite Aid Is Poised to Auction Off ‘Elixir’ PBM

Rite Aid Corp. has delayed the auction of its PBM, Elixir Rx Solutions, as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. According to a court filing, the auction was moved from Nov. 20 to Dec. 21 following a Nov. 21 hearing held by the District of New Jersey U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Rite Aid filed for bankruptcy on Oct. 15, at which time MedImpact Healthcare Systems presented a $575 million “stalking horse” offer for the company’s PBM — meaning an initial bid on a bankrupt company’s assets from an interested buyer that aims to avoid low bids in a court auction. Under the newly revised schedule, competitive bids for Elixir must be received by Dec. 18 ahead of the Dec. 21 auction — which is the same date as the auction being held for Rite Aid’s retail stores.

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AIS Health Staff

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