Provista, ARMSRx form partnership to provide pharmacy benefit services

Published on April 13, 2010 at 8:47 AM · No Comments

Provista, LLC announced today that it has partnered with Administered Risk Management Services Rx, LLC (ARMSRx), a pharmacy benefit consulting firm that specializes in delivering superior results and ongoing support to the administration and management of prescription drug benefit programs and afford Provista members with the highest-quality pharmaceutical care at the lowest possible cost.  Provista, the nation's leading supply chain improvement company is the only organization in the health care or education markets to have a pharmacy benefit management (PBM) agreement.

"Our partnership with ARMSRx provides one more exemplary service in our suite of human resources solutions," said Russell Hall, Vice President of Operations at Provista. "Their unparalleled pharmacy benefit services are designed to lower overall health care costs and improve quality of care for our members."

Through Provista's partnership, ARMSRx offers Provista members superior services such as pharmacy benefit modeling, drug trend management, Medicare solutions and auditing services. Typically auditing services are some of the most expensive areas in the health benefit evaluation process, but through the Provista partnership, ARMSRx offers members with access to proprietary pricing reviews, industry leading claims reviews,  and auditing services which are presented in easy to understand formats that ensure Provista members are receiving optimal savings.  

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