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Profitability while enhancing patient care and satisfaction

Program Highlights

Workers Compensation Program

Patients overwhelmingly, if given the choice, would rather receive the needed medication from you verses going to the pharmacy. Workers compensation patients often go to the pharmacy only to be told that they must wait to have their prescription filled or pay cash for the needed medication because the proof of insurance is unavailable. When you dispense medication to your patient with our dispensing program you will be able to provide them with the medication right at the point of care without worrying about proof of insurance. That's Clinical Rx Solutions job. Whether you have a small one location practice or multi-site clinics with many physicians, we have a solution that will not only be financially rewarding but provide you with the added satisfaction of helping your workers compensation patients get the excellent care you want to give them.

Highlights of the program include:
 


A physician who dispenses medication to their workers compensation patients earns revenue based upon the state’s reimbursement schedule and the average wholesale pricing (AWP) of that medication. It is not unusual for a practice to earn over $100,000 or more in additional income per year by dispensing to workers compensation patients. Unlike your regular patients, dispensing medication to workers compensation patients requires submitting an insurance claim to get paid. All you have to do is dispense the medication to you patients and submit the claim information through our web based software to Clinical Rx Solution’s Affiliates for processing and leave the rest to Clinical Rx Solutions. There are no paper claims to file or paperwork needed to be filled out. Best of all, you are guaranteed payment within 30 days from the prior months claim submissions.

 

What would you do with an extra $25,000 / $50,000 / $100,00 per year?