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Nearly 2,000 Organizations Urge Congress to Pass PBM Reform

The pressure continues to build against pharmacy benefit managers and their practices that critics say raise drug prices. This time, it’s a coalition of nearly 2,000 employers, patient advocates, pharmacies, providers and businesses.


These groups, led by FMI – The Food Industry Association and the National Community Pharmacists Association, sent a letter Wednesday to the United States Senate and House of Representatives urging for the passage of legislation that would reform PBM practices. The coalition includes national names like The Kroger Company, the AIDs Healthcare Foundation, Brookshire Brothers and the American Pharmacists Association.


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