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Have You Been Overcharged for Prescription Drugs? We Want to Hear From You.

The New York Times is looking into pharmacy benefit managers, which play crucial roles in determining which medications your insurance covers and how much you pay.

Most prescriptions in the United States are handled by one of three companies: CVS Caremark, Express Scripts or Optum Rx. These pharmacy benefit managers serve as middlemen between the drug companies that make the medications and the insurance plans that pay for your prescriptions.

These relationships have been in the news because of the high cost of prescription drugs. We want to hear about your experiences with these companies, including whether your medications were covered and how much you paid for them.

We’re also interested in hearing from pharmacists and doctors about their experiences and those of their patients.

We read every questionnaire response, then reach out to a portion of respondents from whom we’d like to learn more. We will not publish any part of your response without communicating with you further. We don’t share your contact information outside the Times newsroom, and we use it only to contact you.


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