We are a different kind of PBM and a different kind of company. Our entire organization has a culture of accountability, a sense of urgency, and an unstoppable commitment to finding a better way.
President & CEO
“At the end of the day, everything a PBM does is to improve the healthcare experience for our members. Too many companies in the healthcare industry have lost sight of this. But it’s a responsibility we take to heart.”
“I am a clinical pharmacist by training and I've been in the PBM business for over twenty years. I know first-hand how broken the system is. We won’t be held back by dated legacy systems or the usual PBM playbook. We are focused on improving the patient experience and 100% committed to finding a better way.”
“We don’t think small. That shows in the bold vision we have for our platform — one that is more flexible, smart and intuitive than anything in the industry today. What we have built is so powerful, we are starting to partner with other PBMs so they can take advantage of it as well.”
“We’re here for the patients. We don’t just say this, we live it. I’ve seen our leaders ensure that a cancer patient got the right medications after a natural disaster. Questions like ‘what are the names of my prescriptions, where can I get them in a different city, how fast can I get them?’ - are terrifying moments when it comes to one’s health or the health of a loved one. We work around the clock to make sure we’re here. That’s our job from the bottom up.”
“Cutting edge technology is part Abarca’s DNA. Unlike legacy systems that are the product of years of patches, fixes, and afterthoughts, our technology was designed from scratch to be fully integrated and unimaginably user-friendly.”
"Having spent 18 years in consulting and working for PBMs directly, I have seen firsthand the number of PBMs that truly want to do the right thing for Americans by improving the quality of care and lowering the cost of medications instead of chasing rebates and revenues with complicated spread pricing strategies. Abarca is at the top of that very short list."