The Acentrus Specialty Blog
Sharing our expertise on specialty pharmacy, health systems, and how they integrate to improve the patient journey.
Specialty pharmaceuticals continue to dominate drug approvals and purchasing. In response, the 2020 Drug Price Forecast includes for the first time an analysis ...
While the trend of drug manufacturers “cherry-picking” their specialty providers has resulted in a distribution pie with fewer slices, health systems should tak...
Over the past decade, health systems have invested in specialty pharmacies at a growing rate. Despite this investment, health systems continue to face significa...
Acentrus Account Implementation Manager Dennis Sinclair shares as more and more health systems consider adding a specialty pharmacy capability, I’m asked a lot ...
Inpatient care and ongoing ambulatory patient management through primary and specialty clinics are now common, integral components of most health systems.
Sanford Health became an Acentrus Specialty client in August 2018 to help its specialty pharmacy program gain access to the Pfizer Limited Distribution Drugs.
Acentrus Specialty, with the help of OM1, Inc, took on the challenging task of trying to analyze and associate treatment outcomes related to specialty pharmacy.
Acentrus Specialty provided the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences with support and access to help with the success of its specialty pharmacy program.
Specialty pharmacy benefits health systems that adopts it early, while those who wait are going to face higher risks and lower probability of success.
One of the best opportunities for health systems to extend patient care today is to add specialty pharmaceuticals to their ambulatory pharmacy.
Patient access to specialty pharmacy products from within the health system completes the circle for a truly integrated health care approach.
Acentrus Specialty is proud to support not just Lehigh Valley Health Network’s specialty pharmacy program but also the health system’s overall mission of care.
Health systems offering integrated specialty pharmacy care can help reduce the specialty abandonment rate, meaning that more patients initiate therapy.
Health systems are a vital channel in specialty pharmacy because of the advantages of enhanced visibility and face-to-face interaction when caring for patients.
Health systems are uniquely positioned to integrate the rich clinical data available to them to establish best practices yielding to superior patient outcomes.