Physician 360 Blog
In 2019 alone, over 70,000 people died from an overdose and over 70% of those deaths were due to opioids. Opioids remain one of the most common pain medications prescribed today, with a 46.7% dispensing rate per 100 persons. Roughly 21-29% of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain misuse them, and an average of 38 people die each day from overdoses involving prescription opioids.
Dr. Angela Fusaro was recently featured in Thrive Global, where she spoke about the importance of Physician Wellness and improvements that need to be made to the U.S. healthcare system.
Serious migraines and headaches are an issue that many of us deal with on daily basis. By partnering with Physician 360 customers can get a prescription for their headache and migraine conditions if needed without having to leave your pharmacy.
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…