Equiscript uses a winners-only claims model, which means that only profitable claims are processed as 340B. Unprofitable claims are filled by the pharmacy and processed as retail claims.
All claims, ordering, inventory, and patient enrollment information is accessible to the Covered Entity anytime through a secure, real-time, online portal.
Equiscript’s pharmacies use a virtual inventory replenishment system, which means no upfront cost for drugs to the covered entity, and much lower inventory carrying costs overall.
“I feel that Equiscript is another vital piece in the FQHC model, and they have truly come alongside as a partner to help remove barriers for PHS patients. From our first contact with Equiscript to our continuing relationship, the leadership and staff has been exceptional and full of integrity. This program has allowed PHS to further empower our patients to receive patient-centered care that is less burdensome and right inline with our mission of improving access for our patients and the healthcare system.”
“Equiscript has done an excellent job in helping our patients be more compliant with their medications. Our organization covers a wide geographic area, with some patients who have no access to a regular pharmacy. Home delivery with Equiscript has allowed these patients to maintain their normal medication schedule without interruption. The Equiscript staff and personnel have always exhibited a high degree of professionalism and a willingness to assist us with any questions that have arisen.”
“Equiscript has allowed HealthNet to provide its patients with several services that standard mail-order pharmacies and brick-and-mortar pharmacies do not. These include services such as personal patient care advocates, prescription invoicing, home delivery, and unit-dose packaging. Not only does the partnership help increase patient access to medications, but it also benefits our organization and patients through the 340B program. The friendly and efficient staff is quick to respond to our patients’ and our organization’s needs.”