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Our mission is to make a high quality PBM accessible and affordable. To our sponsors/employers, we pledge to continuously improve and innovate our PBM processes, adapting and evolving with the changing healthcare landscape; to maintain fiduciary responsibility while improving the value of services provided; and to be an active partner in achieving better health outcomes for plan participants. For our patients, we promise dedication to providing high quality continuity of clinical care and quick resolution of any issues.
Since our founding in 2009 as a clinical pharmacy network in hospitals, we’ve worked closely with clinical teams to make sure patients receive a true continuum of care. We opened our first specialty pharmacy in 2015, and began to establish our current model, focusing heavily on the patient experience and opening up stronger lines of communication with clinicians. In 2018, we opened Vivo Health PBM, offering plan sponsors/employers access to a clinically-driven PBM model focused on delivering more value and better outcomes.
News & Insights
Vivo Health Pharmacytoday announced the launch of its prescription medication mail order program, which will serve more than 66,000 eligible employees who work for Northwell Health, New York State's largest private employer.
Good news for Northwell Health employees, who can now receive their prescription medications through the mail.Vivo Health Pharmacy, a specialty drug dispensary operated by the New Hyde Park-based health system, on Tuesday announced the launch of an innovative prescription-med mail-order program.
Onisis Stefas, PharmD, MBA, serves as the vice president and chief pharmacy officer for New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health, overseeing the pharmacy service line for the health system's 23 hospitals and 750 outpatient facilities.
The new year and decade bring a clean slate, and outside of personal resolutions, many benefit and HR managers are looking for ways to improve their benefit plans. With no new legislation in sight to help reduce the cost of drugs, employers continue to be challenged to find savings in pharmacy benefits.
The Trump administration may have dropped the drug rebate rule last year, but the American people haven’t given up their search for security. Healthcare is a $3.5 trillion industry projected to balloon even more in the next decade and consumers are finally saying “enough is enough.” They’re speaking out against unsustainable costs and directing a sizable portion of their frustration toward the pharmaceutical industry.
A new report sheds light on possible strategies for holding down drug costs for enrollees of employer health plans. Addressing perceived waste and lack of transparency around the practices of pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) top the list, according to the study.