Tuesday, December 13, 2022
2:00 PM ET
When a patient is diagnosed with a condition that requires a specialty medication, they can be very sick and a delay in starting treatment could mean they get worse, need to visit the emergency room, or worse. According to recent research, it can still take weeks for a patient to get started on a specialty medication and an outdated, manual process is one of the impediments impacting prescribers’ and pharmacists’ ability to help their patients access and begin a specialty medication.
Join Surescripts’ Andrew Mellin, MD, and Cecelia Byers, PharmD, as they share clinical insights on the prescriber and pharmacist experience and how technology can play a role in addressing time-consuming administrative tasks, while saving patients money and getting them started on therapy faster.
Andrew Mellin, MD
VP, Chief Medical Information Officer
Cecelia Byers, PharmD
Clinical Product Advisor for Specialty
Senior VP, Publisher
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