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Guide: Four ways your pharmacy partner can help alleviate burdens caused by staffing shortages

Apr 19th, 2022

Clinics specializing in complex care are facing ongoing burdens from the COVID-19 pandemic. Most recently, they are experiencing challenges retaining staff. Is your clinic struggling with staffing shortages? You’re not alone.

Along with reducing burden on staff, clinics are striving for improved patient care and overall increased operational efficiency. To reach these results, it’s important to have the confidence to lean on your pharmacy partner.

Questions to Ask Your Pharmacy Partnership

How do you know if your clinic is getting the most out of your pharmacy partnership? Here are four questions you should be asking:

  1. Are they an expert in complex care and multiple medication management?
  2. Do they actively build relationships with your patients and staff?
  3. Can they help you with prior authorizations or payment support?
  4. Are they consistently improving accessibility to treatment options?

A strong integrated pharmacy partner should help alleviate the burdens caused by staffing shortages so your staff can focus on your patients.

Read the four ways your pharmacy partner can alleviate burdens caused by staffing shortages at your clinic.

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