PCS pilot compliance drug program will launch in June; program offers pharmacy incentives.
PCS PILOT DRUG COMPLIANCE PROGRAM WILL LAUNCH IN JUNE as the next step toward the company goal of total reimbursed pharmaceutical care. The pharmacy benefit management company is working with pharmacy associations in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin to identify retail pharmacies for participation in the program. Intervention in the pilot will take place at the retail level through a program that will identify non-complying patients. The program will include introduction of some pharmacy medical services, such as blood pressure monitoring. The type of medical reminders that will be used are still being developed.
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