Rite Aid's new Rx90 program designed to drive adherence, better outcomes


CAMP HILL, Pa. - Rite Aid and EnvisionRx, the pharmacy benefit management division of EnvisionRxOptions and a wholly owned subsidiary of Rite Aid, on Wednesday rolled out Rx90, a new 90-day prescription fill program focused on improving medication adherence and health outcomes for consumers with chronic conditions.

"Rite Aid is excited to work with EnvisionRx to bring an innovative pharmacy solution for consumers, health plans and employers to market," stated Jocelyn Konrad, Rite Aid EVP pharmacy. "Rx90 is a great example of how our pharmacies and PBMs can collaborate to achieve our shared goal of improving the patient experience and care, while reducing and managing healthcare costs."

Rx90, now available for EnvisionRx clients, gives consumers the option between filling their 90-day prescriptions at any Rite Aid pharmacy location around the country, or, for the same price, have their medications delivered through EnvisionPharmacies' mail service.

Using client-specific data and its own research, EnvisionRx is also able to provide health plans and employers with recommendations on customizing their benefit design, communications and clinical strategies to meet their individual needs. Rx90 will help plan sponsors better control drug spend and reduce costly medical expenses associated with increased visits to physicians and emergency rooms, as well as extended hospitalizations.  

"In today's market, plan sponsors and their members need a PBM that truly provides more flexible, affordable options to control the costs of chronic care," explained Frank Sheehy, CEO EnvisionRxOptions. "Rx90 and our technology platform give plan sponsors another way to customize their prescription drug benefit plan and put actionable, cost saving information in the hands of their members."

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