Benzer Pharmacy Blog
Mightier Ways to Use the “Insulin” Pen Safely
For many newly diagnosed and even longstanding diabetes patients, one of the hardest parts of learning to control the symptoms of their disease is keeping the disease itself from taking too much control over their lives. All kinds of adjustments likely need to be made to things like diet, exercise, sleep patterns, and so on. And yet, most get around to finding their “new normal” without too much trouble, provided they follow the advice of their doctors and pharmacists, and use medications as directed.
Sometimes easier said than done.
Particularly when it comes to using pen devices for routine insulin injections.
More to the point, studies reveal common mistakes, such as patients reusing attached needles too many times, misdialing dosage amounts, and improper storage of pen devices. According to a recent article posted on...more
Benzer Pharmacy announced today that it is a premier provider of workers’ compensation and Personal Injury Protection prescriptions, dedicated to delivering prescription medication to injured workers, auto accident victims and others.
Workers' compensation is a form of insurance that provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured during employment.
Personal injury protection (PIP) on the other hand, is an extension of car insurance available in some U.S. states that covers medical expenses, pharmacy expenses and in some cases, lost wages and other damages.
Benzer Pharmacy will provide high quality service to customers with challenging claims including personal injury claims that big chain stores are unable to bill. “We are experts in dealing with complexities of workers’ compensation and personal injury claims,” says Lindsay Wall, Benzer Pharmacy Chief Clinical Officer.
Benzer Pharmacy, as an independent advocate, works directly with insurance companies to collect payment. “Benzer Pharmacy will coordinate with your insurance carrier...more
Benzer Pharmacy announced today that it is helping physicians in providing clinical services to improve patient outcomes and generate more revenue for physician offices.
These clinical services include Chronic Care Management for patients with chronic conditions; Transitional Care Management for patients being discharged from a hospital; Intensive Behavior Therapy for weight management counseling, among others.
Typically, the physician’s office gets reimbursed by insurances for these clinical services, sometimes up to $200 per service.
CMS (the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services), developed Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA), to provide alternative payment models (APMs) that include clinical services on top of the services that physicians already provide to their patients.
“If the physician’s office is participating in providing these services, CMS will provide an incentive payment of 5% (this is in addition to the payment received for the services). If the physician’s office does not participate, the practice will incur...more