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Specialty Pharmacy Management Series

The Specialty Pharmacy Management Series Toolkit is an ongoing series exploring a range of issues in specialty pharmacy management. These summary documents outline key topics discussed during Specialty Pharmacy Subcommittee calls, sponsored by the National Committee on Pharmacy Benefits and Specialty Medicine (PBSM). This series aims to educate members and provide strategies for consideration. Members can anticipate approximately four new series installments per year.

Currently Available Series Components:

Impacting Year-Over-Year Trend Locked secured document

Adherence Locked secured document

Appropriate Use Locked secured document

Specialty Drug Management Across the Pharmacy and Medical Benefit Locked secured document

Managing Specialty Medications in Plan Design Locked secured document

Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) Locked secured document

2015-2016 Specialty Pipeline Update Locked secured document

Immunotherapy Locked secured document

Specialty Pharmacy Management: A Checklist Locked secured document

Or view the full Specialty Pharmacy Management Series Toolkit Locked secured document

Acknowledgments

The Specialty Pharmacy Management Series is sponsored by the National Committee on Pharmacy Benefits and Specialty Medicine, whose members assist with the prioritization of agenda topics and offer many of the best practice solutions emphasized in the various components of the series.

About the National Committee on Pharmacy Benefits and Specialty Medicine

The National Business Group on Health established the National Committee on Pharmacy Benefits and Specialty Medicine (PBSM) to provide tools, best practices information, and opportunities to devise innovative solutions to challenges pertaining to pharmacy benefits and specialty medicine.


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