J&J sues company over alleged abuse of its cost assistance program
Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems is suing a New Jersey middleman to stop it from increasing drug costs for patients.
According to the lawsuit, the action is intended to stop SaveOnSP from conducting a scheme to pilfer tens of millions of dollars from the financial support program that J&J Healthcare Services provides for patients.
SaveOnSP, based in New York state, runs a co-pay adjustment strategy that intends to build on existing insurer-driven co-pay adjustment programs. The program is run in partnership with PBM Express Scripts and operated in conjunction with specialty pharmacy Accredo.
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