When: Wednesday, February 23, 2022 @ 1:00 PM Eastern
Across the country, expanded clinical services and medical billing opportunities are providing new ways for pharmacists to contribute to community health and increase the profitability of their businesses. New programs popping up across various states could be the key to building a robust clinical revenue stream. Among these opportunities: A particular type of medication therapy management (MTM) program that should become the model going forward.
Join Jason Ausili, PharmD as he discusses how a state-based MTM program is helping to improve outcomes, reduce overall health care costs, and enhance the patient experience. He’ll be joined by Lindsey Christensen, PharmD from CPESN Minnesota, as well as Jackie Nelson, RPh from Minnesota’s Sterling Pharmacy, who will share highlights on how her pharmacy embraced this program, as well as how it has had a positive impact on both the community and her pharmacy business.
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to Get Started with Clinical Care Programs: We’ll discuss the challenges and barriers to implementing and billing for service-based programs in your pharmacy.
- How to Build a Robust Clinical Revenue Stream: Learn how dedicated clinical staffing hours and pharmacist incentives can be fueled by equitable reimbursement and drastically improve your business.
- What Kind of Impact Can Service-Based Programs Make? We’ll talk with a community pharmacist who implemented an MTM program and learn from her experience.
- How Pharmacists Can Get Paid as Providers: Learn how pharmacists can use a medical billing platform to easily bill the medical benefit for clinical care.
About the Speaker:
|Jason Ausili, Pharm.D. is the Chief Clinical Officer for FDS Amplicare, now part of EnlivenHealth™. He is an experienced pharmacy leader with demonstrated skill in retail pharmacy management, pharmacy operations, pharmacy benefit management, healthcare information technology (HIT), and more. Jason is a former member of the Pharmacy Quality Alliance Board of Directors as well as the former Director of Pharmacy Affairs for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS).|