The PBM Accountability Project of New Hampshire brings together labor and employer leaders, alongside consumer and patient advocates to help ensure Granite Staters pay no more than is absolutely necessary for prescription medicines. We seek to improve public understanding of the role of Pharmacy Benefit Managers — or “PBMs” — in determining the cost of these medicines and we will provide solutions that redirect savings to patients, employee health plans, and states.
PBMs promise to reduce the costs Americans pay for the prescription medicines we need. Yet too often, PBMs enjoy out-sized profits at the expense of patients, taxpayers, working families, employers, and state governments.
Our mission is to restore savings and affordability for purchasers of prescription medicines by making PBMs accountable for the promises they’ve made.
The PBM Accountability Project of New Hampshire receives support, insights, and guidance from the following national partners:
The PBM Accountability Project of New Hampshire and its partners are committed to achieving systematic changes to restore prescription drug savings and ensure
affordability for patients, working families, employee health plans, and communities across
Together, we are:
Raising awareness of the issue
Providing resources to educate stakeholders
National Advising Committee
Doug Dority, Chairman
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