Although more physicians have adapted the growing trend of an in-office medication dispensing system, pharmacies still provide most of the medications that patients need. Millions of individuals still leave the doctor’s office to find the nearest pharmacy and buy their medication, but this doesn’t always bring the best experience or the most positive clinical outcomes.…Details
Most doctors and clinics in different practices such as orthopedics, surgery and other fields of specialties are setting up physician dispensing or in-office pharmaceutical services so they can dispense patient’s medication at the time of their visit. Other practices are taking notice of this trend and considering physician dispensing solutions to increase their revenues at…Details
While in-office dispensing has been around for quite some time, it is now being more widely recognized by many doctors as a valuable asset to add to their practice because of the many benefits it provides to the clinical practice as well as to the patients. For a doctor with tremendous responsibility who wants to…Details
Between 28 percent and 31 percent of new prescriptions are never filled, leading to serious health conditions. Some suggest issues with transportation as a major cause. Patients on Medicaid or the elderly usually have to find rides to their physician’s office, which often makes transport to the pharmacy even more challenging. In these cases, receiving…Details
The typical doctor sees 25 patients a day and writes 1.4 prescriptions per visit. If the practice were to make $10 on each of the 35 prescriptions, it would increase daily profits by $350 without occupying any more of a doctor’s precious time.