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Medicare Rx Benefit Will Raise Employers' Drug Cost Savings Expectations, Express Scripts Says

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Executive Summary

Beneficiary cost-sharing and tight drug formularies under Medicare Rx benefit will "spill over" into PBMs' commercial business, Express Scripts CEO Toan says. The PBM expects Medicare benefit to be neutral to earnings, even if Democrats win back White House.

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