The following vendors provide solutions for 340B program compliance, inventory management, procurement and drug-pricing management. To activate a service, contact the vendors directly.
Medication adherence programs are used by pharmacists to help patients optimize their medication regimens to achieve better health outcomes.
Business intelligence programs offer data sources, reports, analytics and dashboards to assist with the business management side of pharmacy. These tools provide financial performance numbers, store information, market information and product information.
Clinical database updates provide current information needed for interaction, allergy, drug-dosage warnings and other patient safety screenings during the prescription process.
These services ensure the uninterrupted supply of medications during events that may impact public health. A secure back-up service ensures data is safely stored and can be restored in the event a disaster or hardware failure.
e-Prescribing offers electronic communication between prescribers and pharmacies to generate, transmit and fill prescriptions.
These programs provide tools to assist pharmacies in determining patient eligibility and coverage.
QS/1’s Hardware Maintenance Agreements reduce downtime in the event of an equipment failure. There are three types of maintenance: On-Site Maintenance, Mail-In Maintenance and Phone-In Maintenance. To enroll, contact QS/1’s Hardware department at 800.845.7558, ext. 1302.
This QS/1 service provides updates that will keep your fee schedules and diagnosis codes current.
These programs help pharmacies manage inventory, which is usually their largest asset. Services include help in deciding how much inventory to keep on hand, integrating supply chains and handling expired inventory more efficiently.
Medicare plan comparison tools can save pharmacies time and enhance customer service by quickly providing plan options that best fit their patient's needs.
Medication history services provide a complete and accurate history of a patient's medications for physicians and caregivers.
Available for patients or can be used internally by pharmacies. Pharmacies can leverage refill reminders to increase adherence and sales or send direct messages to pharmacy staff with reminders and announcements. Messages can be sent with product information, educational information or internal items.
Mobile applications have many uses for pharmacy; one of the most popular benefits is the convenience for customers to refill their prescriptions quickly and easily.
Patient education services seek to engage patients and help them understand how to take their medications safely with easy-to-understand information.
These networks allow independent pharmacies the power of group negotiations in third-party contracts, reimbursement rates, manufacturer rebates and other behind-the-scenes services. It offers the purchasing power of a chain by giving independent pharmacies the ability to stay competitive in the marketplace.
Provides prescription-editing services to reduce third-party rejections and maximize reimbursements. The edits evaluate prescription claims for omissions, errors and compliance with industry standards and metrics.
Prescription synchronization is the process of shifting medications to a synchronized, easy-to-comply-with refill program that allows patients to pick up their prescriptions once a month rather than in multiple trips.
Rebate programs offer monetary reimbursements in exchange for data. With consent, information from QS/1’s PowerLine™ claims switch is shared with one or more vendors and reimbursements can be issued via check, direct deposit or PowerLine credit.
Reconciliation services help manage money that has been paid and unpaid to a pharmacy and provides reports to assist in recouping money owed. The vendors also provide 835 files that can be loaded directly into QS/1’s systems and used to run transaction-level reports to review payment information.
These programs streamline the prescription refill-request process. Options include web requests, requests via smartphones and reminders from the pharmacy via text, email or IVR call out.
Specialty pharmacy services provide specific, often expensive, medication therapy for patients with complex diseases.