58% of Payers Use Outcomes-Based Contracts for Prescription Drugs

Statistic Info

In addition to outcomes-based contracts, payers are increasingly entering into formulary management contracts and risk-sharing agreements with pharmaceutical companies. The purpose of these agreements is to encourage providers to use drugs that are more cost-effective and/or are better suited for a given patient’s condition.

Author: HealthPayerIntelligence

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