Enhancing Expansion Across U.S. Markets for Southern Scripts
Southern Scripts has entered into an agreement with healthcare business development firm, Behnke Group. The Texas-based healthcare business development firm will enhance expansion of U.S. markets for Southern Scripts through Behnke Group’s network connections in the industry from decades of experience collaborating with healthcare organizations across the U.S. and internationally.
“We are pleased to collaborate with the Behnke Group, and we are confident Bill and his team will drive dramatic results for our company as we are aligned with similar goals; transparency, better outcomes, and cost savings for employers and our Nation’s Healthcare system.” said Southern Scripts Co-Founder and EVP Steven T. Boyd, PharmD. “We’re confident that the Behnke Group’s extensive expertise will be a valuable asset in expanding our U.S. market, enabling us to provide our best of class pass-through and transparent PBM services to as many employers and patients as possible.”
“Southern Scripts is an ideal fit for the Behnke Group. They offer an innovative PBM technology & service with a world-class management team that has years of successful endeavors in the PBM space. – as well as an ‘A’ list of customers who expect clinically validated technology that delivers excellent outcomes for employers and patients,” said Bill Behnke, president, and CEO of the Behnke Group. “Our top priority will be to maximize Southern Scripts’ position in the marketplace so that more employers gain access to better pharmacy pricing.”
About the Behnke Group:
With a clear mission of improving outcomes, safety, and the patient experience while reducing healthcare cost for more than 20 years The Behnke Group has partnered with game changing healthcare companies that offer technology, services, medical devices, and other innovative tools to create a better healthcare experience for patients, clinicians, employers, and payers thought the US and abroad.
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