2016 Trends in Specialty Drug Benefits Report Findings
2016 Trends in Specialty Drug Benefits Report Findings
During this webcast you will gain valuable insight into the latest:
  • Management priorities and strategies
  • Cost-sharing
  • Cost trends
  • Opinions on current and future developments
Results were shared by Jane Lutz, Executive Director, and Dr. Sharon Frazee, Vice President of Research & Education.

PBMI would like to thank Walgreens for sponsoring this report and webinar.

About the speakers: Jane Lutz is Executive Director of the Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute. Jane has spent nearly 20 years in the pharmacy benefit management industry working on both the vendor and consulting sides of the business. Her work has focused primarily on strategic sales, competitive landscape, marketing, and client management roles resulting in valuable relationships with key stakeholders in the pharmacy benefit industry. Most recently, Jane led consultant and broker relations for OptumRx, the pharmacy benefit management company within UnitedHealth Group. In this role, she was responsible for developing and managing relationships with the most influential pharmacy consultants and brokers to help drive growth and client retention for OptumRx. She also worked to educate the client-facing teams on important pharmacy benefit trends and competitive intelligence.

Sharon Glave Frazee, PhD, MPH, is Vice President of Research and Education for PBMI and an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Assistant Adjunct Professor of Internal Medicine with Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to joining PBMI, Sharon was Vice President of Research and Analytics at Express Scripts where she led research strategy and execution for one of the largest PBM’s in the nation. She has also held leadership roles in health and economic outcomes research, survey design, pilot and program design and evaluation, analytics and research consulting, advanced analytics and the development of predictive models at Walgreens, LabCorp, and Landacorp. She was an instructor at North Carolina State University and provided evaluation research for various state and local government agencies before joining the private sector.
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