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Custom Pharmacy Surveys - Attestations/Data Collection

PharmacyFocus.com collects data from pharmacies through customized online surveys and attestations that can be built quickly and accessible to targeted pharmacies in 14 days or less.  Pharmacy surveys and attestations can be integrated with their NCPDP pharmacy profiles to display real-time data on file that needs to be validated, along with new data to be collected.

  • Customized to your client requests, built out to collect any information required and leverage existing pharmacy data resources
  • Secure or open; access can be driven by NCPDP profile and administrative user accounts
  • Standardized survey and attestation platform that is easy to use and familiar to pharmacies
  • Robust reporting, including surveyed data and pharmacy demographics
Use Case #1: California Health & Safety Code section 1367.27(l)

Background: Health plans and insurers are required to send out an annual notification to pharmacies for verification of the information contained in the plan’s pharmacy directory. PharmacyFocus.com provides an online attestation to confirm pharmacy directory information directly with the pharmacy.

Success Rate: PBM needed 2,321 independent pharmacies and 3,724 chain pharmacies to complete an attestation and update NCPDP pharmacy profiles (if out of date). 96% completed attestation and NCPDP updates within 60 days of the first communication to pharmacies.

Use Case #2: ADA+ Attestation to process Managed Medicaid pharmacy claims in the state of New York.

Background: Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) require pharmacies to fill out an online ADA+ attestation in order to process Managed Medicaid pharmacy claims in the state of New York. This information is required to be reported in pharmacy directories for specific New York Medicaid plans.

Success Rate: PBM needed 2,686 pharmacies to complete an attestation to update directories with an ADA+ designation. 94% completed the attestation within 45 days of the first communication to pharmacies.