pharmacy benefits and caring for your employees
Businesses are challenged to offer benefit plans to attract and retain the best talent. Many innovative companies are turning to the Rx ‘n Go pharmacy benefit savings programs as turn-key strategies to reduce cost, improve choice and positively impact medication compliance.
Rx ‘n Go and Rx 'n Go Beyond offer relevant benefits to employers that are simple and easy to implement, communicate and administer. Our programs fit nicely into a variety of different strategies companies want to adopt for risk management, cost saving, benefit enhancement or total rewards. It just makes sense.
See How We Delight Your Employees and Your C-Suite
Rx ‘n Go and Rx 'n Go Beyond are simple benefits with powerful impacts on the lives
of participants and your bottom line.
We increase member choice and reduce member costs. Families can save $100s, even $1,000s, annually. The home delivery and the extra money in employees’ pockets will make them smile.
Our programs make prescriptions so accessible and affordable that member employees take medications more consistently. Healthier employees are more productive and mitigate the risk of costly ER visits and hospital stays.
Rx ‘n Go and Rx 'n Go Beyond have a transparent pricing approach that leads to better quarterly cost forecasting. There are no additional fees, no access fees, no implementation fees or PMPM. It’s a smart choice.
Even though your company pays 100% of member medications, on average you can save between 15% to 50% on prescription benefit costs provided by Rx ‘n Go. That is a win-win.
What to Expect from the Rx ‘n Go Programs as an Employer
- Delivery of maintenance and prevention medications to members’ homes at no cost to them
- An optional pharmacy program which complements the existing PBM
- Simple and easy implementation at any time of the plan year
- Outstanding customer service teams to support the initial and ongoing communications of the program
- No additional costs beyond the fixed tier cost of the medications filled – no access fees, no implementation fees, no PMPM and like fees
- No risk - If members do not use the program, there’s no cost
- Ongoing account management team support to grow member engagement
Rx ’n Go and Rx 'n Go Beyond Are So Easy to Implement
Ready, Set, Save
Enrolling in and implementing the Rx ‘n Go prescription benefits savings program is designed to be simple and easy for employers and their benefit advisors. Employers will be enriching the Rx benefits and saving money in no time.
Since Rx ‘n Go is not an insurance product, it can be launched at any time. ~60% of employer groups choose to launch
Rx ‘n Go outside of the annual health plan renewal date. Implementing and communicating the Rx ‘n Go program is designed to be simple and very respective of any time commitment on behalf of both the employer and their beneﬁt advisors. It’s a great message to deliver!
Reach out to a Rx ‘n Go account representative to review and sign a short Service Agreement – no long-term commitment.
We work with you, your Third Party Administrator or enrollment company to set up eligibility file feeds.
We help create an employee communication plan to make sure the program is well received by employees and successful!
Talk to your benefit advisor and enrich your employee Rx benefit today!
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Employers Love Rx ‘n Go
“Administratively I would have to say Rx ‘n Go is wonderful. No maintenance from my end. When needing to assist our employees, the customer service is exceptional!”
“The Rx ‘n Go team came onsite and helped a number of our employees get their prescriptions transferred. It was such a big help to our members!”
“Between the health plan and member copayments, our school district saved over $70K in 2019”
“Based on the medications filled through the Rx ‘n Go program, we were able to show savings of ~38% to the plan and saved members 100% with $0 copayments!”
“We saved $89K on our prescription spend with Rx ‘n Go. More importantly our employees saved $21K in copayments.”