December 2004 Behavioral Pharmacy Benefit Management: Case StudiesĀ  Pharmaceutical costs have increased significantly in both the general and the behavioral health care systems in recent years. This paper reviews several of the most promising methods for managing behavioral pharmacy practices and costs while seeking to continue to maintain open access to these drugs. It describes the current situation, defines the practice, outlines a number of specific case studies, offers information about related initiatives, and concludes with some comments about likely trends in the field . . .
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