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Discussion in 'Pfizer' started by anonymous, Sep 20, 2017 at 3:13 PM.
"Wh~Wh~Whaaaa", We got our asses beat at playing the same game!
Isn't this the pot calling the kettle black? What happens to our own exclusive, tiered rebate, or one of two incentive contracts?
How about suing payers for step edits, PBMs for NDC blocks and exclusions, or DHHS for statutory requirements of at least two drugs from each category and class in government formularies. LOL.
Gee, didn't we do this with Lipitor?
I don't think Pfizer understands that nobody really pays WAC and the power of a free market is negotiating the real price with the customer. Sounds like sour grapes!
Maybe its a desperate cry for help to the real state of the company and a PR stunt to blunt what could be terrible 3rd quarter financial reports.
Love to be a fly on the wall next time a Pfizer account manager goes into Aetna, UHC, Cigna or Anthem to talk market access for the portfolio. Hope they got a good script.
J&J here, Thanks Pfizer for the idea from the Lipitor LOE plan.
Yeap! Kept out low cost, generic copies.
No problem. Maybe you can buy us and put us out of our misery! I think we have run out of ideas and now have to blame others for our own mistakes.
Just remember, anyone can sue anyone. Winning is a whole different matter.
Wow, your assuming a lot that Pfizer understands managed care, yet alone competent account managers.
.....and made us a bundle!
Yeah, that'll work. Suing your customers is always a great idea.
It fosters loyal customers.