NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Medicare—iMedicare
releases a nutrient depletion tool to help pharmacies increase profit
outside of the annual Medicare Open Enrollment period. The newly
available tool brings in an additional revenue stream while avoiding any
impact from DIR fees and third party billing. The platform
provides pharmacies with the capabilities to provide unrivaled nutrition
counseling to customers, tailored to each patient’s prescriptions and
Outside of Open Enrollment, the iMedicare platform offers various
opportunities for pharmacies to consult with patients, increase
reimbursements and manage DIR fees. Automatically generated lists are
provided relating to improving pharmacy Star Ratings, identifying newly
eligible Medicare patients, time-saving outreach options for
Medicare/Medicaid beneficiaries with year-round opportunities and
accessibility to a formulary lookup tool which provides patients with
alternative coverage options and pricing for drugs or Medicare plans.
Launching the nutrient depletion tool, exclusively available within the
iMedicare platform, co-founder and Pharm.D., Matthew Johnson, was able
to dissect information relating to drug-induced nutrient depletion,
analyze the data and compile it to provide pharmacies with a time-saving
tool to combat drug induced nutrient depletion. By identifying patients
depleted of specific nutrients based on their drug profiles, iMedicare
can target communication towards select patients to improve health
outcomes, increase pharmacy profit margins and provide an additional
revenue stream year-round.
“Our engineering team has developed an intuitive way for pharmacies to
identify patients at risk for drug-induced nutrient depletion. The
decision-platform seamlessly integrates into pharmacies’ workflows to
effectively engage patients for better health outcomes while also
increasing pharmacy revenue,” said Matthew Johnson, Pharm.D., co-founder
and COO of iMedicare.
Whit Moose, head pharmacist and owner of Moose Pharmacy in Mount
Pleasant, North Carolina, an early adopter of iMedicare’s nutrient
depletion platform, will hold a webinar to discuss best practices for
pharmacies looking to expand patient offerings in nutrient depletion
is the leading decision-automation platform that intelligently reduces
patients’ out-of-pocket costs for the top pharmacies across the country.
Over 5,000 pharmacies use iMedicare to deliver an unrivaled service to
their patients, improve Star Ratings, and increase their bottom line.
For more information, visit www.imedicare.com.
Jessica Beyer, 704-769-0540 ext. 116