CAMP HILL, Pa.— Rite Aid Corp. announced that Ben Bulkley, an established executive with more than 20 years’ experience in health care and technology, has been named chief executive officer of EnvisionRxOptions, a pharmacy benefit management (PBM) company and wholly owned subsidiary of Rite Aid. Bulkley will report to Rite Aid CEO John Standley. Bulkley
NEW YORK — Three of the largest U.S. companies — Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and JPMorgan Chase & Co. — have joined together to take employee health care into their own hands. Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon and JPMorgan Chase said Tuesday that they plan to form an independent health care company to provide their employees accessible, affordable and quality care.
Investments made in recent years put Rite Aid in a better position to rebound from the terminated deal to be acquired by Walgreens Boots Alliance. Rite Aid’s acquisitions of retail clinic operator RediClinic, health care management specialist Health Dialog and pharmacy benefit manager EnvisionRx give it more options as its leadership considers the company’s future
TWINSBURG, Ohio, and ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Costco Wholesale Corp. plans to offer a 90-day maintenance medication program through its pharmacies under an agreement with EnvisionRx, a pharmacy benefit management subsidiary of Rite Aid Corp. The companies said Thursday that Costco will participate in EnvisionRx’s Rx90 prescription drug program. Rx90 enables patients to fill 90-day prescriptions
DEERFIELD, Ill. — Walgreens and EnvisionRx are launching a prescription drug program that is designed to give patients with chronic conditions more flexibility in getting their maintenance medications. Called Rx90, the program allows patients to fill 90-day prescriptions at any of the nearly 8,200 Walgreens pharmacies nationwide for the same price they would pay for
CAMP HILL, Pa. — A new prescription drug program from Rite Aid Corp. and its EnvisionRx pharmacy benefit management arm gives patients with chronic conditions more flexibility in getting their maintenance medications. Called Rx90, the program enables patients to fill 90-day prescriptions at any of Rite Aid’s nearly 4,600 pharmacies or, for the same price,