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Improve medication efficacy and reduce costs across the care continuum
At RxLive®, we partner with provider organizations to help improve clinical outcomes, lower costs and improve satisfaction through pharmacist-led complex medication management. A hallmark of our process is a focus on motivational interviewing, relationship-building and solving the social determinants of non-adherence.
Our clinical pharmacists can fluently manage the whole patient (specialty and routine medications), are licensed in the patient’s state of residence, are fully accredited, and all carry personal liability insurance. We pair pharmacists one-on-one with patients, helping ensure continuity across consultations while enabling patients to build a true relationship with their “personal pharmacist.”
Average drug cost saved by patients/year after speaking with an RxLive pharmacist
Reduction in inappropriate drug use by speaking with a pharmacist
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, our standard procedure when working with a practice incudes:
Population-level pharmacy claims and other data and analytics (RxLive.ai) drive patient selection based on clinical, behavioral and financial intervention opportunities.
The RxLive pharmacist develops a comprehensive medication review (CMR) plan using the patient’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 patient to gather additional contextual data around the patient’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 uploaded directly into the provider’s EHR. The provider can review the notes and make any necessary changes to the patient’s medication regimen.