Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 22, 2008
Atlantic Information Services, Inc. (AIS) -- For the past eight years, AIS, publisher of the industry-leading Drug Benefit News, has been surveying pharmacy benefit management companies of all kinds to track the market activity and trends in this volatile industry.
These results are now featured in AIS's 2000-2007 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends & Data, a book and CD set that compiles data from hundreds of companies, and includes -- PBM drug spend by therapeutic categories, average copays, prescriptions processed, prescriptions filled by sales outlets, penetration by mail order, claims processed, market share and much more. To download Highlights from AIS's Pharmacy Benefit Survey Results, a 21-page excerpt from this comprehensive book and CD resource, visit http://www.aishealth.com/Products/freereports.html
2000-2007 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends & Data also features:
-- Hundreds of charts, tables and graphs developed from various data fields in the survey
-- A complete directory of PBMs, PBAs, SPPs and related companies with company descriptions, business volume metrics and contact names.
-- All the raw survey data in spreadsheet form -- published in the book and in Excel files on an accompanying CD.
-- Information from various other AIS research efforts that pertain to the pharmacy benefit, including our annual surveys of Medicaid pharmacy directors from 2002 to 2007 -- with articles, analysis and more raw data; managed care organizations (MCOs) -- with data on their annual drug spend for their entire books of business and much, much more.
Visit http://www.aishealth.com/Products/freereports.html to download Highlights from AIS's Pharmacy Benefit Survey Results, a complimentary excerpt from this resource.
The comprehensive data set found in AIS's 2000-2007 Survey Results: Pharmacy Benefit Trends & Data provides the health care industry with a thorough understanding of the pharmacy benefit and how it has evolved. Readers will find out who the players are … what services they offer … what benefit designs and formulary structures they promote and what cost trends they've experienced.