Protecting the Integrity of the Pharmacy Benefit with Fraud Waste and Abuse (FWA) Audits
By Derek FryeThu, Aug, 08, 2019
Just as members should not have to pay more for their prescription drug benefit than their benefit specifies, neither should employers or health plans have to pay for fraudulent, wasteful, or abusive use of the pharmacy benefit. Conducting a pharmacy FWA audit is one of the most effective ways to preserve the integrity of the pharmacy benefit, avoid monetary losses, and protect members from potentially serious and costly harm.
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