Transparency and Investigations and Lawsuits Driving the Growth of Small Pharmacy Benefit Managers, According to a new Knowledge Source Market Overview

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Knowledge Source’s Pharmacy Benefit Management Market Overview reveals that two recent developments -- transparency, and the increased pressure and awareness resulting from investigations and lawsuits -- will drive the growth of small pharmacy benefit managers. This report, and company-specific BusIntell Reports, is now available online at

Knowledge Source, Inc. announced today that it has published a Market Overview on Pharmacy Benefit Managers that is available on their web site or by calling 203-377-0460.

Knowledge Source's Pharmacy Benefit Management Market Overview, 270 pages in length, includes the Market's Overview and Trends, as well as profiles of more than fifty of the leading industry participants which include (when available): company background, company strategy, financial and statistical information, product overview, and recent activities.

The company also announced that company-specific BusIntell Reports on the organizations profiled in the new report are also available online. BusIntell Reports provide a comprehensive strategic analysis of the leading Pharmacy Benefit Managers.

For additional information on the Pharmacy Benefit Management Market Overview or other research reports published by Knowledge Source, please contact John Santilli at 203-377-0460 or visit the company's web site. This Market Overview report is 270 pages in length and purchasable for $345 with immediate online delivery.

About Knowledge Source

Knowledge Source (, a national business intelligence and market research firm, has delivered healthcare business information and analyses services to executives who seek a competitive edge since 1989.

Knowledge Source provides healthcare information, syntheses, analysis and presentation services to busy managers who seek actionable market knowledge about clients, competitors, industries or markets in a world with an over-abundance of data.


John Santilli

Knowledge Source



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