SPOTLIGHT: Employee cost sharing rises sharply for prescription drugs

A new survey concludes that nearly all employers are raising co-pays for prescription drugs as a utilization management tool in their prescription drug programs. Seventy six percent of respondents use employee cost sharing as a utilization management tool, up sharply from 51 percent last year. Article

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