As health systems face rising costs, staffing shortages, and ongoing 340B contract pharmacy restrictions, leaders face the difficult task of how to balance solving acute financial challenges with investing in initiatives to further their organization’s long-term growth and strategic goals.
One solution that meets both needs: expanding in-house outpatient pharmacy services. However, in my experience, health systems will only find success when these services are intentionally designed to drive measurable improvements in patient outcomes.
On March 30 at 12PM ET, I am participating in a Becker’s Hospital Review panel discussion with other health system leaders focused on how to establish an entity-owned specialty pharmacy service capable of impacting every aspect of a health system’s strategic plan.
I encourage you to register today to gain insights on:
- How an optimized specialty pharmacy service can further a health system’s broader goals around care quality, patient experience, provider engagement, and stakeholder engagement
- Why achieving – and proving – strong clinical results is the foundation for creating financial and strategic value
- What is required to establish a successful specialty pharmacy service and how partnership can accelerate results
I will be joined on the panel by:
- Michele Chulick, Former President & CEO of Wyoming Medical Center & Executive Advisor, Trellis Rx
- Paul Krogh, System Director – Pharmacy Services, North Memorial Health
- Joyce Markiewicz, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Development Officer, Catholic Health
- Greg Wozniak, CEO, Denali Health & Executive Advisor, Trellis Rx
Brandon Newman is the Chief Operating Officer at Trellis Rx. He can be reached at email@example.com.