Co-pay Programs in the Crosshairs: An Evidence-based Response to Critics

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Co-pay Programs in the Crosshairs: An Evidence-based Response to Critics

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Date:
Wednesday, December 4
Time: 11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET

We've heard the continuous drumbeat from payers and PBMs: “Co-pay programs interfere with generic substitution!” “They subvert cost-sharing ‘strategies' that payers put in place!” “They increase health care costs!” That's what they say, but what's the real truth? This presentation uses payers' own data to uncover the surprising evidence supporting co-pay offset programs.

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Chris Dowd, Senior Vice President of Market and Product Development, PSKW

E.M. (Mick) Kolassa, MBA, PhD – Founding Partner, Medical Marketing Economics

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