Pharmacy Healthcare Solutions Inc. (PHSI) consults with pharmaceutical manufacturers, PBMs, retail pharmacy chains, and software companies on strategic business and marketing issues. Consulting projects across these market segments provide PHSI with the latest information on emerging trends as well as new products and services. Our consultants have extensive retail, mail service and managed care experience to create actionable recommendations for our clients’ challenging business issues.
PHSI Consultant Ann Johnson contributed to the March/April 2014 edition of ComputerTalk for the Pharmacist. In her Viewpoints article, Ann continues the discussion on provisions of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) related to track and trace requirements, specifically those implementation requirements going into effect after 2016. Click here to read Ann’s article entitled “What’s Read More →
The 2014 Spring Edition of the PHSI Newsletter is now available here. This issue of the newsletter takes a look at prescription claims from exchange plans and also discusses NCPDP’s effort to standardize dosing designations for oral liquids. If you would like to receive the newsletter electronically, click here to sign up for our e-Newsletter Read More →
PHSI Consultant Ann Johnson contributed to the January/February 2014 edition of ComputerTalk for the Pharmacist. In her Viewpoints article, Ann discusses provisions of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) related to track and trace requirements that will go into effect from 2014 to 2017. Ann will continue the discussion in the next ComputerTalk issue, reviewing Read More →
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and participating local law enforcement are coordinating a nationwide drug “take-back” day on Saturday, April 26th from 10 am to 2 pm. This one-day event will provide residents with an opportunity to dispose of their unwanted and expired medicines via a no cost, anonymous collection. Protect our kids, families, and environment by properly Read More →
Brand drugs in the U.S. have two main methods of protection from generic competition. 1) The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office protects innovation by awarding patents. 2) The U.S. Food and Drug Administration offers exclusivity protections. The following analogy helps to illustrate the difficulty in predicting a generic launch date due to complex brand protections. Read More →
GetMyRx is a prescription delivery service application that is available for mobile Apple devices. This new App allows retail pharmacy customers to scan and send a new prescription or refill into a local pharmacy and then get their prescription delivered within 4 hours. The App is easy to use, utilizing a step-wise approach for patients Read More →