Brea, CA, September 1st, 2016 – PharMedQuest, an innovative provider of Medical and Pharmaceutical Management Services, has developed a video that shows how limited, late and incomplete data can lead to poor management decisions when it comes to managing specialty drugs. The video is the latest in a series highlighting the solutions provided for specialty drug management under the Medical Benefit, including our proprietary state-of-the-art technology platform, ARC™.
Compared to the regular 33 data points from CMS 1500 claim forms, PharMedQuest’s proprietary software platform ARC™, captures up to 150 clinical data points alone, and a total of over 400 data points per authorization, making it the first medical benefit management solution to successfully map clinical to financial data in real time.
“Accurate and pertinent data is of utmost importance to help answer critical questions,” said Jerry Chang, VP of Business Services for PharMedQuest. “With ARC™, we built a system to capture the actionable data fields to support our clients’ clinical, operational, regulatory and financial needs,” he added.
You can watch the video here: https://youtu.be/osvRkFTxdYg
PharMedQuest is a national leader in providing proven cost-effective solutions to some of the most challenging issues in healthcare. We are dedicated to providing transparent and innovative drug management solutions that optimize the clinical, operational and financial complexities of medical specialty drug management for cancer and other complex and rare diseases.
With over 20 years of Experience, PharMedQuest delivers Insight and Value to its Clients through its services, which include holistic Medical Benefit drug management, real-time access to integrated drug utilization and financial metrics and intelligence, comprehensive 340B management, and many other integrated Pharmacy and Medical solutions that go beyond traditional PBM, Specialty Pharmacy, or Utilization Management tools. For more information about PharMedQuest services, call (714) 364-4008 or visit www.PharMedQuest.com.