In a related study by Dr. Clark and colleagues published in the Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, medication adherence and the costs for generic diabetes and cholesterol medications resulting from participation in a zero copay VBID program were examined. The zero copay program used a reduction in cost sharing to incentivize members to use more generic drugs and to enroll in a care management coaching program. The study also demonstrated that a value-based program can have a positive impact on adherence and cost outcomes among those who participate. 1About Walgreens
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