Workers expect their defined contribution plans to play a greater role in their retirement income than annuities.
myMatrixx, a pharmacy benefit management and ancillary medical services company, said that it has been awarded accreditation for Workers' Compensation and Property and Casualty Pharmacy Benefit Management from URAC, a Washington, DC-based health care accrediting organization that establishes quality standards for the health care industry.
"We are honored to receive accreditation from URAC," said Artemis Emslie, President of myMatrixx. "The accreditation demonstrates our commitment to quality and accountability."
In a release, the Company said that URAC's Pharmacy Benefit Management for Workers' Compensation and Property and Casualty program supports high-quality organizations specializing in this arena giving them an opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to industry-recognized standards. Accreditation sets industry-wide clinical and operational standards and brings a recognizable seal of quality to approved organizations.
"By applying for and receiving accreditation for Workers' Compensation and Property and Casualty Pharmacy Benefit Management, myMatrixx has demonstrated a commitment to quality health care," said Alan P. Spielman, URAC president and CEO. "Quality health care is crucial to our nation's welfare and it is important to have organizations that are willing to measure themselves against national standards."
myMatrixx is a full-service pharmacy benefit management and ancillary medical services company focused on the workers' compensation market.
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