Decrease your employees’ drug spend and medical costs with value‑based pharmacy
Do you or your HR team need to:
Medication management should be a top priority for employers
RxLive extracts data from multiple data sources so our pharmacists have access to all of the patient’s available medical history and other pertinent information. Through examining claims and other data, RxLive identifies members who are either taking many medications or spend a lot of money on them. We then tailor interventions to address the clinical, financial or behavioral opportunities we identify. RxLive provides ongoing analytics and reporting on the member population post-interventions and delivers a clear and tangible ROI that can be realized virtually immediately.
Decrease in average net drug spend per month for enrolled members
Increase in medication compliance from speaking with a pharmacist
Fewer hospital admissions
Decrease in hospital admissions per year after speaking with an RxLive pharmacist
How it works
Although RxLive tailors the workflow to suit the needs of each organization, when working with an employer we typically following the following process:
Population-level pharmacy claims and other data and analytics (RxLive.ai) drive employee participation selection based on medication spend and prescription volume.
The RxLive® pharmacist develops a comprehensive medication review (CMR) plan using the employee’s EHR data, Surescripts records, discharge summaries and other relevant clinical data sources.
During the consult (which takes either over the phone or by video chat), the pharmacist engages the employee to gather additional contextual data around the employee’s medication, supplements and other substance use. The pharmacist will also review possible drug interactions, de-prescribing opportunities and cost-saving opportunities.
A summary of the consult is sent to the patient and can be sent to an on-site clinic or other provider office with engagement to help ensure gaps in care are closed and cost-saving opportunities are realized.