Steubenville, Ohio (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
While many hospices are looking for answers to the newly required processes regarding the management of the relationship between the Hospice and Medicare Part-D, Delta Care Rx clients now have access to a complete solution that integrates with what is already a fully CoPs compliant, 24/7/365 pharmacotherapeutic support system centered around their TRULY transparent and pass-through pharmacy benefit management (PBM) solution provided specifically to Hospice organizations nationwide.
Richard Nielsen, recently appointed operations manager at the Ohio based company, noted, "Our partnership with Hospice Hub is strategic for the future, aside from the benefits that it will instantly bring to our clients' abilities to manage the complex process they're being faced with in regards to Medicare Part D. Easy systems integration has always been recognized by Delta Care Rx as a necessity for our customers and Hospice Hub is simplifying the industry standard when it comes to allowing various provider software to all speak the same language and share information from one central location. We're extremely excited about where all of this is heading."
The privately held, pharmacist owned and operated, nationwide PBM has built a rapidly expanding book of business by staying true to the core values that brought the company to life years ago. REAL business transparency, "pass-through and fully auditable" medication purchasing agreements, innovative technology unique to the company (like DEA and SureScripts Certified e-Prescribing of Controlled and Non-Controlled Meds), extreme customer service, and decades of hospice industry experience on the part of ownership, management, and staff has put their name at the top of the list when it comes to competent and up-to-date Hospice Pharmacy Benefit Management services.
More information about the company’s readiness to support current and prospective Hospice clients is available at http://www.DeltaCareRx.com.
"It's not immoral nor unethical to think about the cost of therapy."