Software could play a significant role in patient expenses at the pharmacy counter, according to Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Timothy Aungst.
Aungst in an article published Tuesday on Pharmacy Times says companies are developing innovative software solutions to help cut back patients’ drug expenses.
One such company, California-based Gemini Health, has partnered with Blue Shield of California to deliver software solutions to benefit some 4 million BSC patients.
“The price component, especially in the United States, I feel, really is a big lynchpin of care,” Aungst writes.
To read Aungst’s full write up, click here.