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PrimeMail, Prime Therapeutics' mail-service pharmacy, receives URAC Reaccreditation
Date:12/12/2012

achieve Mail-Service Pharmacy Accreditation, Prime participated in a rigorous application and on-site evaluation process, culminating with a comprehensive summary, prepared by an accreditation review team, being presented to the URAC's Accreditation Committee.

Prime is also accredited in Pharmacy Benefit Management, having received accreditation by URAC in 2007.

About PrimeMail
PrimeMail, Prime Therapeutics' fully integrated mail-service pharmacy, provides safe, convenient and cost-effective home delivery of prescriptions and supports members throughout the process by providing around the clock customer service, online access to prescription information and history, new orders, transfers and refills.

Furthermore, PrimeMail helps manage total health care spend by offering employers and members generic substitutions, no dispensing fees, discounts on brand-name and generic drugs and increased adherence to essential medications through 90-day supply.

About Prime Therapeutics
At Prime Therapeutics, people are at the center of all we do and every decision we make.  As a leader in pharmacy benefit management, Prime is dedicated to making it easier for our members to obtain more affordable medicines. We leverage our unique connections to deliver programs that lead to the best health outcomes.

Prime's integrated pharmacy benefit management services include claims processing, benefit plan design, network management, clinical program consultation, rebate management, formulary administration, mail-service pharmacy and specialty pharmacy. 

Headquartered in St. Paul, Minn., Prime Therapeutics serves nearly 20 million people and is collectively owned by 13 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans, subsidiaries or affiliates of those Plans.  Prime has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation by Inc. 5000 and as a most engaged workplace by Achievers.'/>"/>

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