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Iowa Collaborative Safety Net Provider Network Pharmacy Initiative 4-04-07 U of I School of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Management For Underserved Population Ted Boesen Executive Director, Iowa/Nebraska Primary Care Association. Iowa Collaborative Safety Net Provider Network Members

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Iowa Collaborative Safety Net Provider Network

Pharmacy Initiative

4-04-07

U of I School of Pharmacy

Pharmaceutical Management

For Underserved Population

Ted Boesen

Executive Director, Iowa/Nebraska Primary Care Association

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Iowa Collaborative Safety Net Provider Network

Members

  • Free Clinics
  • Rural Health Clinics
  • Community Health Centers
proposed 07 08 appropriation
Proposed 07-08 Appropriation
  • SSB 1205
  • Budget
    • Pharmacy Initiative: $500,000
    • Specialty Care Initiative: $500,000
    • Recruitment: $280,000
    • Evaluation: $30,000
    • Data Collection: $75,000
    • Provider Awards: $700,000
    • IA/NEPCA: $100,000 (Network administration)
members of the pharmacy initiative expert panel
Members of the Pharmacy Initiative Expert Panel

Iowa Pharmacy Association

University of Iowa College of Pharmacy

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics

Drake University College of Pharmacy

Free Clinics of Iowa

Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation

Community Health Centers

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Pharmacy Initiative

Drug Donation Program

  • Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation (IPDC) is establishing a Drug Repository for distribution of donated drugs
  • The distribution will initially focus on the safety net providers

Manufacturer Assistance Program (MAP)

  • Exploring development of model with multiple pharmaceutical companies using same intake
  • Patient would pay dispensing fee to pharmacist
  • Pharmaceutical Company to give pharmacy replacement medications
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Drug Discount Card
  • Provided to patients to buy medications at a predetermined price that includes the discounted medication price, pharmacy dispensing fee and administration fee.
  • This drug list will include medications falling into pricing categories such as $10, $20, $30 etc.

Development of Centralized

Intake/Determination of Income Eligibility

  • Intake forms will be available and filled out by patients at site of care; Free Clinic, CHC, RHC etc.
  • Forms sent to Iowa Prescription Drug Corporation (IDPC) for processing and verification of eligibility level.
  • The eligibility information will be used for accessing medications through the Manufacturers Assistance Program (MAP) and Drug Discount Program
accessing medications
Accessing Medications

Free Clinics

  • Drug Donation Program
  • MAPs
  • Purchase of medications using state appropriated dollars

CHCs and RHCs

  • CHC’s 340B Program
    • Contracts with Retail Pharmacies
    • Inhouse Pharmacies
  • Drug Donation Program (as availability allows)
  • MAPs
  • Drug Discount Card Program
additional activities of the pharmacy identified by the expert panel
Additional Activities of the Pharmacy Identified by the Expert Panel
  • Education for patients, healthcare providers and pharmacists on the availability of the pharmacy initiative programs
  • Increased promotion and use of the Provider/Pharmacist Collaborative Agreement
  • Quality care through patient education and medication review by their pharmacists
  • Selection of an Oversight Committee to assure the available programs remain appropriate based on the ever changing availability of medications
  • Use of a Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and ongoing Drug Utilization Review to evaluate drug plans for inclusion of appropriate medications for the desired therapeutic outcomes while providing quality, safe and effective care.
  • Evaluation/data collection to determine not only the number of people accessing medications and number of prescriptions, but also evaluation of the efficiency and effectiveness of the programs.