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Managed Health Care Associates, Inc. (MHA) Announces Expansion of Specialty Pharmaceutical Program
Date:2/14/2011

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  • MHA has recently launched its expanded Specialty Pharmaceutical Provider Profile Tool. This expanded web based tool has been redesigned, based on feedback from specialty manufacturers and payers, to capture relevant data as it relates to individual pharmacies. This tool is an interactive database which categorizes each and every MHA Specialty Pharmacy Network member by area of expertise. This includes specific disease state expertise and patient support services in addition to overall clinical excellence.  

  • MHA's Pharmaceutical Data Services business unit (PDS) has expanded and is now actively working with specialty pharmaceutical manufacturers on multiple projects and contracts related to adherence and appropriate use of their specialty pharmaceutical products. PDS was initially developed as a data access and aggregation business designed to provide prescribing and treatment insights. This integrated process is now being utilized by more than six major specialty pharmaceutical manufacturers.

  • Michael J. Sicilian, MHA President commented, "The aforementioned investments MHA has made related to specialty focused tools and resources are in direct response to the feedback we are receiving from specialty pharmaceutical manufacturers and our respective pharmacy members. Specialty manufacturers are beginning to focus less on the class of trade and more on an individual pharmacy's expertise and ability to offer comprehensive specialty patient management programs.  It is also evident that these manufacturers are not looking at traditional GPO contracts that typically provide buy side discounts or rebates. They are focused on pharmacies that can deliver patient adherence, persistency, and clinical outcomes through dedicated cl
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