CMS Lays Out Plan to Update PA Requirements for Medicare Part D Program

  • August 1, 2019
  • AssistRx

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) laid out its plan to update prior authorization requirements for the Medicare Part D prescription drug program. The proposed rule seeks to solve for challenges with implementing e-PA and enables clinicians to choose to complete PAs online for Part D prescriptions. Learn how the change affects the market and how AssistRx solutions support a streamlined, electronic therapy initiation process.

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Advancements in RTBC Solutions: Reaching the Perfect Balance of Tech and Talent

  • July 24, 2019
  • Kevin Robbins, Vice President, Business Development

Real-Time Benefit Check (RTBC) advancements have been a hot topic in the industry as organizations integrate technology to simplify the prescribing process and expedite patient access to therapy. While these technology solutions have many merits, relying solely on technology at the point of prescription could result in several gaps and uninformed decisions. In many cases, human expertise is still needed to complement therapy initiation and patient support technology solutions.

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AssistRx Outlook for HIMSS19

  • February 7, 2019
  • AssistRx

HIMSS19 is right around the corner, and AssistRx is excited to welcome the conference to our hometown of Orlando, Florida. We’re also looking forward to learning from and sharing our insights with leading healthcare IT experts during one of the industry’s largest annual events. To help you get the most out of this event, our HIMSS conference veterans have compiled a list of hot topics and sessions you don’t want to miss at this year’s event.

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Press Releases: AssistRx Adds New Facility in Overland Park, Kansas

  • January 11, 2019
  • AssistRx

Industry veterans Jeff Spafford and Edward Hensley continue to advance the solutions provided through AssistRx to better serve the specialty market. AssistRx has expanded its service capabilities and facilities with the addition of a new 52,000 square-foot space in Overland Park, Kansas. The company’s patient support services—operated from both Orlando, Florida and Overland Park, Kansas—take advantage of the new facility and expanded call center space.

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