DOYLESTOWN, Pa., Nov. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In order to help clients stay informed and ahead of the constantly shiftingdynamics of the health care marketplace, Aventria Health Group, LLC, has authored a report entitled: "Rising Employer Trend Impacts Prescription Medication Coverage Decisions."
Aventria has published this trend report in order to bring to light
"Helping industry understand how employers are taking a distinctly new approach to managing costs and leveraging purchasing power is top of mind for our agency," said Dave Dierk, Co-President of Aventria Health. "This white paper enables us to put the issues out there, but we are also well prepared to offer tools and services to our pharmaceutical company customers that will help them be informed partners to their employer customers."
The white paper is online and can be found at http://aventriahealth.com/impact-of-rising-employer-trends/. The Aventria Web site also offers a wide variety of cutting-edge information dedicated to delivering measurable value for our pharmaceutical market access and brand team clients. Services range from employer, payer, provider group strategies and value propositions to innovative pull through.
For more information, visit www.AventriaHealth.com or contact Mark DiLuigi: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Aventria Health Group
Pinnacle Health Communications, LLC, and Franklyn Healthcom, LLC, became wholly owned subsidiaries of Aventria Health Group in 2015. Aventria helps Fortune 500 pharmaceutical and health care companies charter successful market access and pull-through solutions in a rapidly shifting landscape. Headquarters are in Doylestown, PA.
View original content:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/leading-market-access-agency-publishes-employer-trend-report-300546968.html
SOURCE Aventria Health Group
Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
Our kitchen and food has the best medicinal properties to fight stress. These are the top 10 foods ...
Unripe green papaya fruit is a rich source of important nutrients including vitamins, proteins, & ...
Selfie obsession or selfitis, an obsessive, uncontrollable urge to post self-taken photographs on ...View All