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Point-of-Care Dispensing

Point of Care Dispensing enables physicians and clinics to offer patients the option to get their medications directly from the clinic at the time of their visit rather than having to take a separate trip to a pharmacy. With Point-of-Care Dispensing, patients walk out of the clinic with their medications, thereby getting more convenient and hassle-free service from their doctor.

What Are the Benefits?

Point-of-care dispensing offers a multitude of benefits over traditional pharmacies.

PatientConvenience

Point-of-care dispensing increases patient convenience since they do not have to travel and wait for medications at a pharmacy.

PatientCompliance

Research suggests that just 60% of doctor prescriptions are filled when the patient uses a traditional pharmacy. Patient compliance is closer to 100% with Point-of-care dispensing.

PracticeDifferentiation

Physician practices can set themselves apart from other practices and drugstores by offering point-of-care medication.

AdditionalRevenue

Point-of-care dispensing creates an additional revenue stream for the clinic.

ReducedWorkload & Time

By having medications on-site, practices are able to reduce the number of calls they make and receive from pharmacies.

Specialties


We work with a variety of different specialties and clinics, including:

  • Family Practices
  • Pediatric Practices
  • Urgent Care Centers
  • Worksite Clinics
  • Orthopedic Practices
  • Pain Management Clinics
  • Dental
  • Podiatry
  • Weight Loss Clinics

Reimbursement:


Clinics that provide point-of-care dispensing get reimbursement from:

  • Workers’ Compensation Insurers

    – For clinics with workers’ compensation patients, point-of-care medication dispensing adds great value to the clinic and to the patient
    – BRP provides all the information needed to bill and collect within the works’ comp system
    – We work with a variety of clinics directly along with management companies

  • Cash & Carry

    – Most offices choose to offer medications on a cash basis, receiving cash reimbursement directly from patients
    – No need to bill the insurance companies
    – Set either a flat fee or a two-tiered pricing structure
    – Average cost of meds are between $5 & $15, allowing practices to charge $10-$20
    – Still remain competitive with most insurance co-pays and larger pharmacies

  • Pharmacy Benefits

    – For those clinics looking to work with insurance plans, we offer assistance in the adjudication process
    – Allow patients to use their insurance and PBM plans when purchasing medication prescriptions