We believe the inefficiencies and fragmented care associated with specialty pharmacy can be solved through better technology. To that end, we’ve developed a technology platform with a clear purpose: to serve patients through better collaboration between clinic staff, pharmacists, and payers.
Specialty pharmacy was conceived to take better care of patients – to provide those who are most vulnerable, especially those with chronic and complex medical conditions – with a support system to help them navigate a convoluted healthcare system. Hear from House Rx's Chief Pharmacy Officer on how today's specialty pharmacy model falls short of its promise, and how medically integrated dispensing is the answer to better specialty pharmacy care.
My mom’s battle with breast cancer and the experience she had with her insurance company’s PBM is what motivated me to start House Rx. Learn more about my mom’s story and how we’re changing the specialty pharmacy experience for patients and their caregivers.
Learn more about the value of medically integrated dispensing (MID) through the eyes of Dr. Christopher Wright — a physician at Arthritis Northwest, a leading rheumatology practice who is pioneering the effort to bring the practice of medically integrated dispensing to rheumatology.
House Rx Co-Founder Tesh Khullar writes about the difficulties of procuring specialty medications for anyone suffering from a debilitating or life-threatening disease. He shares insights into the bureaucracy and process around accessing specialty medications and highlights a better alternative: medically integrated dispensing (MID), where patients receive medications directly from their prescribing doctor.
Patients of Oregon Oncology Specialists will now receive dedicated support to access and manage their treatments from House Rx's team, who will work integrated with clinic staff. This approach, known as medically integrated dispensing, improves patient health outcomes by getting them started on therapy faster and providing one-on-one support around side effects and refills.
House Rx will provide NCCA members with new insights to improve specialty medication dispensing, including a one-time, custom analysis that showcases opportunities to provide more patients with expedited access to specialty medications. House Rx's service and specialized technology gives community practices access to performance and quality insights associated with in-office dispensing.