Hurting Patients Halting Progress
Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) are the middlemen that come between patients and their doctors, causing unnecessary suffering by delaying, denying, or obstructing care. Because of PBMs, patients with cancer and other serious diseases often pay more for treatment and don’t get the care they need.
These are real PBM patient horror stories. The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) is exposing PBM Abuses and fighting to give patients a voice in Washington to stop them. Please join us and share your voice. Together, we can stop PBM Abuses.
After weeks of delays, a young husband’s life-saving drug finally arrived, only after he could no longer swallow and shortly thereafter died.
In addition to fighting for her life, this patient also fought with a careless, mandated pharmacy month over month on delays and technical errors.
Every time she tried to speak a PBM representative, this woman was passed off to a new person who refused to listen.
When bureaucracy leads to patients falling through the cracks, a young boy finds himself in danger of bleeding to death.