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Stories 2016

December 22, 2016

Series: Developing the future of managed care pharmacy thought leadership — part III

Young pharmacy students jump-start their future by joining Prime's residency internship program. Justin's story


Tien Vuong

December 15, 2016

Series: Developing the future of managed care pharmacy thought leadership — part II

Young pharmacy students jump-start their future by joining Prime's residency internship program. Tien's story


December 7, 2016

Series: Developing the future of managed care pharmacy thought leadership — part I

Young pharmacy students jump-start their future by joining Prime's residency internship program. Chelsey's story


December 5, 2016

Jim DuCharme named one of the top 100 people to know in the Twin Cities

Twin Cities Business Magazine recognizes DuCharme for his efforts to rein in drug prices and his role in creating a transformative alliance with Walgreens. Story


December 1, 2016

HSAs, FSAs and HRAs can help you save money on medicine 

Special savings accounts can help you save money on qualified health expenses, including medicine. Story


November 18, 2016

Webinar highlights opioid challenge from multiple angles

Team presentation brings clarity to complex issue. Story


November 8, 2016

Nationally recognized wellness program creates a healthy workplace at Prime

Motivating employees to improve their health through interactive, fun wellness activities is at the heart of what Prime does. Story


November 2, 2016

Avoid tax penalties by knowing when and how to enroll in health insurance

The end of the year is always busy – don’t forget to enroll for 2017 health insurance. Enrollment information.


September 30, 2016

Prime pharmacist receives Distinguished Young Pharmacist Award 

Prime clinical program director Justine Meierhofer is recognized by the Minnesota Pharmacists Association (MPhA). Story


July 19, 2016

Extending Prime’s purpose to our communities 

Helping people feel better and live well extends beyond managing pharmacy benefits. We also give back to the communities in which we work and live. Story


July 6, 2016

Prime welcomes 13 summer interns 

Prime’s summer internship program provides the opportunity for 13 college juniors and seniors from a variety of backgrounds to learn the ropes at Prime. Story


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June 23, 2016

Results are in: Prime’s client satisfaction at an all-time high

Prime’s commitment to work with clients is not taken lightly — and it shows with an 86% client satisfaction score. Story


June 21, 2016

3 tips for nailing your plan’s next CMS program audit

Audits are constant. And being constantly ready is critical. Prime’s proactive approach to audits helps our health plan clients rest easy — these tips can help you successfully navigate your next audit. Story


May 25, 2016

World MS day: Focusing on member health helps everyone

It’s World MS (multiple sclerosis) Day. At Prime, Helping people facing MS, like member Julie, get the medicine they need to feel better and live well is just the start. Story


May 13, 2016

Hepatitis Awareness Month: 5 hepatitis C facts beyond blockbuster drug prices 

The $100,000-plus price tags for hepatitis C drugs have been getting lots of attention. But they aren’t the whole story. Here are five other important facts to know. Story


May 10, 2016

Stroke awareness month: Medicine can make a difference

Stroke, a disease that affects the arteries leading to and within the brain, is the number 5 cause of death and a primary cause of disability in the United States. Story


April 25, 2016

US drug pricing is broken — let’s work together to fix it

The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing, which includes Prime Therapeutics, unveils policy platform. Story


March 17, 2016

Prime named a “Healthiest Employer” in Irving 

The Dallas Business Journal named Prime’s offices in Irving one of the healthiest in the area. Story


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March 16, 2016

Video series focuses on helping our members take their medicine 

Non-adherence to medication is costly to everyone. Recent research indicates the estimated annual cost of non-adherence in the United States is $209 billion. Story