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Anthem In-House PBM Will Rely On CVS But Retain Formulary Control

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Hybrid approach to pharmacy benefit management expected to save insurer $4bn annually after Anthem ends its relationship with Express Scripts in 2020. Plans include "going out to the market and competing with the freestanding PBMs."

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