Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association Teams Up with ARMSRx to Bring Cost Savings to Hospitals

Tuesday, August 19, 2008 General News J E 4
PHOENIX, Aug. 18 The program was created and is supportedby the leading pharmacy benefit consulting firm, ARMSRx, and featurestransparency, aggressive drug discounts, pass through rebate reimbursements,implementation credits and many other options not typically available tohospitals independently.

In the current economic environment, hospitals are seeking every possibleopportunity to save money. AzHHA has recognized this need and is supportingits members by offering its members unique, high-quality programs.

"Arizona hospitals are at a huge advantage to be represented by AzHHA, anorganization that is cognizant of their needs and is actively searching forcutting edge solutions to assist them," states Anita Stanford, ARMSRx VPPharmacy Benefit Consulting. "This program is a unique approach to a complexproblem that will produce savings previously thought unattainable by mostemployers."

ARMSRx provides support for the Association and hospitals throughout theentire contract -- from performing an initial complimentary analysisillustrating available plan savings to implementation support and on-goingmonitoring and audits. ARMSRx works in tandem with existing brokers orconsultants to maximize the effectiveness of the pharmacy benefit for theirclients.

For more information, contact Anita Stanford, 615-739-6629, or John Koeneke at 602-445-4300 ext 4313, Koeneke@AzHHA.orgor visit: to receive acomplimentary savings analysis.

ARMSRx is a pharmacy benefit consulting firm (not a pharmacy benefitmanager) that specializes in saving payers money on their pharmacyexpenditures. Most prescription benefit programs are based on financialarrangements that are complex, opaque and highly profitable to the PharmacyBenefit Managers (PBMs).Our client's Association program has saved significantdollars for the entities utilizing the program. Our vested interest is thepayers and our mission is to align the PBM's business objectives with thepayers benefit goals.



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