San Diego-based MedImpact Healthcare Systems will lay off up to 64 employees, citing business consolidation.
On April 4, the company filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act, or WARN, notice summarizing the job losses.
The layoffs, which will be made June 7, will be spread throughout San Diego, Arizona, Pennsylvania and Minnesota.
MedImpact is a pharmacy benefit manager, or PBM, which is essentially an intermediary between insurance plans and pharmacies. The company did not return a request for
The layoffs follow MedImpact expanding its corporate headquarters campus along the Interstate 15 corridor last year with construction of a 158,000-square-foot building and an adjacent four-level parking structure.
The six-story building at 10159 Scripps Gateway Court is linked by a pedestrian bridge to MedImpact’s first headquarters building, completed in 2010.