Express Scripts Holding Co. said it has acquired Tampa-based myMatrixx, a provider of pharmacy benefit solutions for the workers’ compensation market.
St. Louis County-based Express Scripts, which provides millions of Americans with prescription drugs, declined to provide terms of the deal.
MyMatrixx had $123.28 million in revenue for 2015, according to research by the Tampa Bay Business Journal, and more than 200 employees.
Express Scripts said acquiring myMatrixx is the way to create a “best-in-class” pharmacy service for workers’ compensation programs.
Express Scripts President and CEO Tim Wentworth said in a statement that the acquisition combines his company’s “deep expertise with the market-leading myMatrixx customer experience and technology.”