Pharmacy Locator Connections Pass 2 million Mark

July 14, 2017

PharmaCentra, LLC has announced that its Pharmacy Locator service recently surpassed the landmark of two million pharmacy connections. “This milestone represents an amazing achievement,’’ said PharmaCentra CEO Dan Berman.“While Pharmacy Locator was created in 2007 as a solution for a client in a crisis situation, it has grown into a mainstay service offering because it is a valuable resource for ALL parties involved — it gives physicians confidence in the brand and reduces office call backs; it connects patients with a pharmacy to fill their prescription; it sends the pharmacy a patient referral; and for the pharmaceutical company, it reduces brand switching and increases market share. It is truly a win-win for all!”

Now supporting more than 120 pharmaceutical brands, PharmaCentra’s Pharmacy Locator service continues to expand. The Pharmacy Locator service helps patients and healthcare professionals easily identify the most convenient local pharmacies that carry their prescribed medications. If temporarily out of stock, an order can be placed to ensure the patient receives the prescription as promptly as possible 

The Pharmacy Locator service reduces inefficiency, frustration and noncompliance by helping the patient begin (or continue) the physician’s recommended course of treatment. The service’s concierge-style, white-glove communication provides a positive customer experience for the patient while supporting the physician’s efforts on behalf of that patient.

Many PharmaCentra Pharmacy Locator clients also utilize complementary programs from the company, such as Pharmacy StockingPharmacy Teledetailing,PhysicianReach, and Crisis Management.

PharmaCentra, LLC (www.pharmacentra.com) provides expert pharmaceutical marketing and sales support and strategic patient, pharmacy and physician outreach, including clinical trial recruitment, pharmacy locator, teledetailing and comprehensive healthcare management.

 

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