Why Dispense?

Dispensing medications in your practice offers significant financial and clinical benefits. Firstly, it provides an additional revenue stream for your practice. By dispensing medications on-site, you can capture the funds that would otherwise go to pharmacies. This not only increases your practice’s revenue but also enhances patient convenience, as they leave the office with their medications in hand, eliminating the need for an additional trip to the pharmacy. Additionally, by dispensing medications directly to your patients, physicians have control over pricing, leading to in-practice profits, as compared to traditionally picking up medication from the patient’s local pharmacy.

Clinically, dispensing medications in-house allows you to ensure that patients receive the correct medications. Instantly. With direct oversight, you can educate patients on proper usage, dosage, and any potential side effects, virtually eliminating the risk of medication errors and improving patient compliance. This hands-on approach enhances patient outcomes and satisfaction, as they receive personalized care and support throughout their treatment. Furthermore, you can tailor medication regimens to suit individual patient needs, considering factors such as allergies, coexisting conditions, and medication interactions, leading to more effective and targeted treatment plans. 

Finally, dispensing medication in your practice enhances continuity of care and strengthens your doctor-patient relationships. Patients appreciate the convenience of receiving all aspects of their treatment under one roof, fostering trust and loyalty to the practice. And to you, the physician. Additionally, you can closely monitor patient progress and adjust treatment plans as needed, fostering better communication and collaboration between you and your patient. Overall, integrating medication dispensing into the practice not only provides financial benefits, but also enhances clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction, making it a win-win for both the you and your patient.