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Founded by a former pharmacist, Rx Savings Solutions helps employers, health plans and consumers reduce prescription drug costs through an unmatched combination of clinical technology, proactive member engagement and concierge support.
Best of all, our solution delivers proven results and seamless integration with your current PBM, plan design, formulary, pharmacy networks, and benefits platforms.
How It Works
We provide the data and personalized insights that lead to real behavior change and lower pharmacy costs for everyone.
Rx Benefit Files
Imported into our system for continuous review
Analyzes individual claims to find all possible clinical therapies and costs
Alert members to savings opportunities via text, email or direct mail
Rx Benefit Files
Imported into our system for consistent review
Analyzes individual claims to find all possible clinical therapies & costs.
Alert members by text, email or direct mail to savings opportunities
It’s about more than just price shopping and generic alternatives—though we show those options, too. Our solution is built upon three core components that have made us the market leader in drug price transparency.
Our patented algorithm—created and managed by pharmacists—brings a clinical depth unparalleled in the market.
35K+ clinical, dose-adjusted savings suggestions are constantly updated to reflect market changes.
Real-time updates from the top pharma databases ensure the pricing we have is as current as possible.
Who We Help
ON-DEMAND Rx INSIGHTS
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We can talk about it and get deep into the weeds, but seeing is believing.
What you Can Expect
A clear picture of clinical strength, plan integration and a simple, intuitive user experience.
How easy it is for a member to save money for themselves and your plan.
Why Rx Savings Solutions blows away other so-called "savings tools."