Through the application of behavioral sciences, a specialized clinical approach, and actionable data we enable better decisions which yield healthier specialty outcomes.Pharmacy Benefit Management
To optimize care and maximize savings we manage specialty medications across both the pharmacy and medical benefit.Medical Benefit Managment
Keeping down costs doesn’t have to come at a price. Our plan effectively maximizes value while providing a complete range of care and services for your members—we guarantee it.
Comprehensive safety and trend management solutions for specialty medications within the medical benefit.Learn More
Innovative specialty management strategies to help reduce the spend and trend of specialty drugs billed through the pharmacy benefit.Learn More
Our specialty care management programs are clinical programs that focus on compliance and adherence to drug therapy. We offer comprehensive support designed to help you, your providers, and your members through education and empowerment.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder affecting the central nervous system sensory (i.e., touch, taste, smell) and motor (i.e., walking) functions. The condition becomes progressively worse over time if not effectively treated. There are several types of MS, but about 85% of those affected have Relapsing-Remitting MS. This means patients experience unpredictable, sudden attacks, followed by periods without symptoms getting worse. Symptoms of MS vary from mild symptoms, like numbness or fatigue to severe symptoms, like loss of vision or difficulty walking. There are about 400,000 people in the U.S. living with MS, with three times more women than men affected. The condition is typically diagnosed anywhere from age 20 to age 50. Although there is no cure, medications, can help reduce inflammation and lengthen periods between attacks.