A recent study done by St. Louis-based Express Scripts may predicts a drug spending increase by 2016 up to 63 percent.
Express Scripts’ study finds trend of increases for ADHD drugs.
Police continue to search for several suspects who fired multiple shots at a woman near Express Scripts in north St. Louis County Thursday.
Express Scripts, the nation’s leading pharmacy benefit manager, is one step closer to a planned expansion of its north St. Louis County campus.
Express Scripts Chief Researcher Bob Nease says the study focused primarily on the types of medications that caregivers themselves are taking.
Jim McKelvey is teaming up with other local innovators and large corporations to pair inexperienced programmers with more experienced ones for a three-month period.
Express Scripts, the nation’s largest pharmacy benefits manager, plans to add 1500 jobs in St. Louis at it’s expanded headquarters.
Express Scripts put together a three year forecast and found drugs to treat specialty conditions like cancer, MS and hepatitis C are growing.
The chance of what supporters often call “right to work” getting to the floor in either chamber appears slim.
Up to 20 percent of patients with a chronic condition forget to renew their prescription.