Implementing a Health-System Specialty Pharmacy
Health systems are adding and investing in specialty pharmacies for many reasons. In-house specialty pharmacies allow hospitals to increase speed-to-therapy and improve clinical coordination for better care. As a growing number of health systems participate in risk-based contracts, having an in-house specialty pharmacy enhances a hospital’s ability to deliver a consistent, high-quality patient experience and continuity of care that leads to better outcomes. Improved value-based reimbursement is only one of several potential financial benefits, as 340B programs and specialty dispensing can also create new revenue streams.
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Coordinated Care: The Value of Patient and Provider Satisfaction within Health System Specialty Pharmacies
Download this new white paper from IHOC - Coordinated Care: The Value of Patient and Provider Satisfaction within Health System Specialty Pharmacies - to learn the key insights about the role HSSPs play in improving the patient experience and why patient and provider satisfaction are important data points for both payers and manufacturers to consider when deciding to include HSSPs in their networks.
Patient-Centered Care: The Case for Site Expansion to Include Health System Specialty Pharmacy
Health system specialty pharmacies are uniquely positioned to provide coordinated care to patients with complex and chronic conditions. With shared access to the patient's health record, multidisciplinary teams deliver integrated care that increases speed to therapy, enhances the patient experience and improves outcomes.