Serve You Rx launches new clinical program to combat opioid misuse

Use of controlled substances is an essential part of the prescription drug regimen for many members. However, these medications come with an increased potential to adversely affect both members and plan sponsors. Unlike other categories of medications, inappropriate use of controlled substances has the potential to compromise member safety, increase potential for addiction and diminished quality of life, increase the...

Serve You DirectRx Pharmacy Selected as Mail Service for State of Wisconsin and Wisconsin Public Employers Group Health Insurance Programs

Serve You DirectRx Pharmacy has been named by Navitus Health Solutions (Navitus) as the preferred home delivery pharmacy provider for the State of Wisconsin Group Health Insurance Program and the Wisconsin Public Employers program for local government employees, managed by the Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) on behalf of the Group Insurance Board (Board). Navitus Health Solutions is...

Serve You Rx Acquires New England Mail Order Pharmacy

MILWAUKEE, WI -  Serve You Rx Vermont, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Serve You Rx, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has acquired the New England Mail Order Pharmacy (NEMOP) business, based in Middlebury, Vermont, from Pharmacy Health Services, Inc. “We’re positioning ourselves for geographic expansion, so it was perfect timing for this opportunity to present itself,” said Sharon Murillo, President...

Hepatitis C: An Update on Drug Therapy and Clinical Management Options

Treatment options for patients infected with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) have evolved substantially since the first Direct-Acting Antiviral (DAA) therapies were introduced in 2011. The pace of change has recently accelerated, with several new drugs offering different mechanisms of action introduced in the previous six months and additional approvals anticipated over the next few years. As a result, the...

Part 1: Prescription Drug Therapy Adherence
and Adherence Monitoring Programs

As the population ages and the costs associated with funding the typical prescription drug benefit continue to increase, plans are more avidly focused than ever on maximizing their return on investment—getting the most out of the precious dollars allocated to prescription drug therapies for plan members. Historically, this has been accomplished primarily by implementing cost containment programs or instituting benefit...