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A Comprehensive Care Program for Patients on Biologics Therapy
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Biologic drugs, or "biologics," are a relatively new class of treatment for Rheumatoid and Psoriatic Arthritis, Psoriasis, and Crohn's Disease. They are given by injection or intravenous (IV) infusion. A biologic is a protein-based drug derived from living cells cultured in a laboratory. While biologics have been used to treat disease for more than 100 years, the advent of modern day molecular biologic techniques has accelerated their use in modern day medicine in the last decade.
Team of dedicated professionals is needed to taking as much burden off the patient and medical practice as possible, with a complete array of services that starts with education, and places emphasis on personalization of services to ensure the quality of the patient’s treatment and support.
Prescriptions are processed via most electronic prescribing formats.
Prior Authorization request initiation and assistance support.
To patient's home, physician's office or alternate site.
Same day emergency delivery can be arranged.
Patient Support Services
Patient education and therapy regimen review with our pharmacists.
Direct contact with the prescribing clinicians if any problems with the client's medication status should arise.
Counseling on self-medication.
Utilizing specialized outcome proven SmartCAP℠ Medication Therapy Support Programs*, we monitor patients throughout their drug therapies.
Specialized outcome proven SmartMinder Medication Reminder Program available via telephone, mailed notices or electronically via pager, cellphone or email.
Coordination of Benefits
Coordination and verification of ALL insurance benefits and Medicare Part D and Medicaid and other insurance.
Assistance with co-pay support programs sponsored by participating pharmaceutical manufacturers.
*SmartCAP℠ Self Management and Reinforced Teaching, Compliance, Adherence and Persistence
Related Health Care Information
Mayo Clinic: www.mayoclinic.com/health/rheumatoid-arthritis/DS00020/DSECTION=coping-and-support
Arthritis Foundation: www.arthritis.org
Abbott Laboratories: www.humira.com/Psoriasis/AboutHumira/AdministeringHumira.aspx
National Psoriasis Foundation:
American Academy of Dermatology:
Abbott Laboratories: www.humira.com/CrohnsDisease/AdministeringHumira/Default.aspx
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America: www.ccfa.org
National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse: