Physician 360 Blog

While CPAs are not a prerequisite for collaborative care delivery, they can improve the effectiveness of care and make business sense for the pharmacist. When considering all the pros and cons, should you get a CPA? Here are four things to consider when making the decision.

In the face of retail pharmacies being so widespread, many independent pharmacies might be afraid of losing revenue. However, there are many independent pharmacies that have leveraged certain strategies and are experiencing impressive growth and low stress. So, how can your independent pharmacy compete and continue to stay on top? 

Independent pharmacies are instrumental to their communities. However, there are many uncontrollable economic pressures that make it difficult for them to be profitable. Below we share four approaches for profitability that we have learned from our pharmacy partners like NCPA: 1. Control Overhead with Affordable Employee Benefits  To be more profitable, you can generate more revenue, or you can incur less expense. One strategy used by our pharmacy partners is to reduce overhead. To do this successfully, you need to know what the most expensive line items are in your budget. One category often overlooked is employee benefits. Consider reevaluating…

Marley Drug details the aspects and availability of statins in our first guest blog! Statins remain the first line of defense for managing cholesterol. They are generally well-tolerated and have a favorable safety profile.

Authority Magazine recently featured Physician 360 in a telehealth article, detailing the best practices for telehealth, and the best ways to take care of your patients when they’re not in front of you. The article was able to pull from Physician 360 CEO and Co-Founder Angela Fusaro’s backstory, experience, and views on the benefits of telehealth. In the article, Fusaro describes “good patient care” as being able to help patients navigate medical appointments. 

Hypepotamus recently featured WeWork Labs member Physician 360 in their article about the future of office space in Atlanta going forward. The article covers returning to work decisions, how much office space is needed and how Physician 360 has helped keep many of their locations safe during COVID.

Please tell us a little about yourself (name, title, field of medicine, med school attended, location, etc.)? My name is Dr. Rob Lapporte. I am a Board Certified Emergency Medicine Doctor and Co-Founder + Chief Medical Officer of Physician 360. Prior to Physician 360, I was the medical director of one of the most successful free-standing emergency rooms/urgent care centers in the Dallas metropolitan region. I am an alumnus of Rush Medical College Of Rush University in Illinois. I currently live in Texas.  Why did you choose to get into the medical field? What made you choose your particular area?…

We've listed some of the ways you can help your patients stay on top of their care and save money on their prescriptions while helping your pharmacy at the same time.

With Physician 360’s Ear Infection Kit, you can diagnose ear infections from the comfort of your home and protect your child from pain, discomfort, and possible complications.

Why choose Physician 360 healthcare services? Physician 360 doesn’t just offer a phone call with a medical professional. Telemedicine services with Physician 360 are comprehensive and include face-to-face video interactions with a board certified medical provider, can include diagnostic test kits, and are built around your trusted relationships with community pharmacists. With Physician 360 telemedicine services, patients can be fully confident about the healthcare they receive. Telemedicine companies that only provide a phone call often don't provide doctors enough information to make accurate diagnoses and provide the right treatment immediately. Our proven process ensures that every patient is given accurate…