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Humana Pharmacy Solutions Chosen As A Mercer Rx Options Collaborative Preferred Pharmacy Benefits Provider

Published: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
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Leading human resources consulting firm selects HPS as preferred offering to employer collective purchasing group.

Employers purchasing pharmacy benefit services through Mercer’s Rx Options Collaborative can now select Humana Pharmacy Solutions (HPS), a division of Humana Inc.

After being selected as a preferred pharmacy benefit provider for the Mercer collaborative, HPS is now one of three pharmacy benefits providers available on the platform.

The Mercer Rx Options Collaborative provides Mercer clients with 50 to 1,500 employees a choice of pre-qualified pharmacy benefits management partners, assuring these employers quality pharmacy benefits services and saving them the time and expense of researching vendors themselves. Mercer selected HPS due to its encompassing range of pharmacy benefits capabilities, specialty pharmacy expertise and well-suited pricing options for Mercer’s client base.

Humana Pharmacy Solutions’ President William Fleming says HPS’ focus on member health and proven risk management expertise will be attractive to Mercer clients and a great benefit for employers.
“Our approach centers on improved member health outcomes, which is paramount to managing long-term costs,” explained Fleming. “Mercer shares this view, and their overall focus on quality of care fits perfectly with our dream of helping people achieve lifelong well-being.”

Fleming also added that being selected to Mercer’s highly selective Rx Options Collaborative is an important step forward as Humana Pharmacy Solutions continues to expand its market presence.


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