A lot happens during the patient journey but more often than not, patients end up at a pharmacy to pick up important medications. Your teams are referencing the information available to them, which is often incomplete, to close gaps in care and improve patient outcomes. We help pharmacies see the whole patient including their social determinants of health (SDOH), or non-medical factors, such as lack of transportation that could be hindering their medication adherence.
Patients, now more than ever, want easy, digital experiences when managing their healthcare and medications. Our best-in-class authentication solutions secure prescription portals so you can protect your patient data and meet compliance standards, while offering convenient access and remaining competitive.
We take our responsibility to the industry very seriously. We've collaborated with the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) to offer The Universal Patient Identifier (UPI), powered by Experian Health UIM and NCPDP Standards™. With a single, trusted patient record identified you can focus on offering the best care possible.
In partnership with the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP) we have established The Universal Patient Identifier (UPI), powered by Experian Health UIM and NCPDP Standards™ across the entire United States health network. This vendor-neutral, cost-effective solution enables healthcare information exchange to improve interoperability and patient safety.
Having a single, unified and accurate view of the patient is a challenge that plagues the healthcare system, and now we have a comprehensive solution that reduces the barriers to make healthcare safer.
Lee Ann Stember, President & CEO of NCPDP
Did you know that an estimated 50% of patients don't take their medications as prescribed? Or that medical non-adherence costs the healthcare system between $100-$289 billion dollars each year? One way to tackle this growing problem is by understanding your patient's non-medical barriers to health, or social determinants of health. These barriers can include lack of access to transportation to actually pick up medications. If you had this information perhaps you could help with automatic refill programs or home delivery to ease the burden and keep them on track, avoiding costly readmissions and gaps in care.
In collaboration with the NCPDP, our Universal Patient Identifier (UPI) covers every person in the U.S. population, an estimated 328 million Americans, and includes pharmacy transactions.
Ensure medication adherence by addressing non-clinical barriers to health such as access to care, access to medication, and housing.
Effectively prospect new customers and learn more about current patients, including lifestyle, demographic, psychographic, and behavioral data insights.
Be sure that every patient enrolling in your portal is who they say they are with state-of-the-art identity proofing, risk-based authentication, and knowledge-based questions.
Improve patient assistance programs (PAP) by validating applicants meet qualifications and ensure an expedited enrollment process.