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There are some basic tips or tricks to getting the most out of your insurance plan and to maintain the care patients are accustomed to.
Girish Dighe, PharmD, MS, explains why it's important to understand more than just the revenue integrity piece of the puzzle.
Jesse C. Dresser, Esq explains how DIR fees affect specialty pharmacists at the NASP Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
Jesse C. Dresser, Esq explains a recent piece of PBM legislation from North Dakota and its implications for specialty pharmacy at the NASP Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
Jesse C. Dresser, Esq explains the current climate of PBM reform at the NASP Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
Care planning can increase pharmacy profits through efficiencies and through new revenue from payers that value what pharmacists do for patients, if they see the documentation of what has been done.
Making medication synchronization a core tenet of a pharmacy’s business can lead to success.
Utilizing many of the skills learned in pharmacy school could help to personalize care and enhance medication delivery for patients, potentially leading to reductions in adverse drug events and health care costs,
Reform of pharmacy benefit management (PBM) practices has been an issue under much scrutiny due to a belief these entities play a significant role in exacerbating high drug costs.
Walter Wong, PharmD, owner of Green Valley Pharmacy in Rancho Cucamongo, CA speaks to Pharmacy Times about low insurance reimbursement, exclusive contracts, and the increase in insurance processing fees as the current challenges to the pharmacy profession today.
Community Pharmacy Consultant Bruce Kneeland talks with independent pharmacy owner Teresa Dickinson, RPh, about the work of Pharmacists United for Truth and Transparency.
As pharmacists continue to provide more direct patient-centric services, the case for technicians to take on managing pharmacy inventory becomes more reasonable.