By Tony Schueth, CEO and Managing Partner
The high cost of prescription drugs is a pain point for payers, prescribers and patients alike. Patients often experience sticker shock when they go to pick up their prescriptions. The answer is price transparency at the point of prescribing, which is underlain by a complex array of drivers for change. These include:
It is clear that drug price transparency at the point of prescribing is a complex problem with many moving pieces. Want to know more? Read the full article in HIT Perspectives and watch for the next blog. It will provide a more in-depth description of the information gaps that hinder price transparency at the point of prescribing. I’d also be happy to discuss this with you. Reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.