Co-Pay Cards

Employer, employee healthcare costs to rise in 2014

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Benefits research studies show employers expect to lay out 7% more in healthcare costs in 2014, a move that has not been accompanied by lower employee costs.

Co-pay cards and coupons sway 2 million US seniors, study says

Co-pay cards and coupons sway 2 million US seniors, study says

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The National Coalition on Health Care took aim at co-pay cards and coupons with a report suggesting that they might push 2 million US seniors to opt for more expensive branded drugs over generics.

Branded drug spend up, but slower growth ahead

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Last year, a wave of new products brought the industry succor as it awaits the full impact of the patent cliff on blockbuster brands. But companies should brace for contraction.

Co-pay cards come under fire

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Consumer advocacy group Community Catalyst declared war on prescription co-pay cards and coupons, saying the sales tools are nothing more than kickbacks and bribes.

Co-pay Cards: House of Cards

Co-pay Cards: House of Cards

Co-pay cards have proliferated, undermining payer benefit plans. Now, insurers are striking back against the cards.

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