Order medications from your wholesaler, who bills you and ships to Pack4U those to be prepared in compliance packaging.
We use a fully automated process and state-of-the-art technology to prepare and package meds in patient-specific packaging.
Visual inspection aids and a pharmacist’s check ensure accuracy. You receive finished prescriptions to provide to patients.
Pack4U allows you to shift focus from operations to patient-centered care.
Typically it’s $25 per patient per month, plus spencer® consumables as required. For details, contact your local Pack4U.
No. You purchase drugs through your Wholesaler.
Yes. You keep your purchasing power. You control your pricing and maintain volume discounts by ordering directly from your wholesaler, who ships to us. You control your inventory and decide what gets sent to us for packaging.
Absolutely! We wouldn’t have it any other way! Your packaging will look and feel like it came directly from your pharmacy.
We use CentralFill™ supply chain software to orchestrate packaging fulfillment and track inventory to the dose level – from receipt of stock bottles from your wholesaler through to delivery of patient-ready packaging to your pharmacy. You use the AdhereNet™ pharmacy platform to access our packaging services with full visibility and just-on-time inventory control. We’re connected in real-time via interactive dashboards.
We package medications in a variety of increments – most commonly a 7-day fill. We’ll work together to choose the cycle most appropriate for your patients whose medications change more frequently to cut down on medication waste.
Pack4U prepares medications in multi-dose strip packaging and patient-ready spencer® cartridges. If you are interested in other kinds of packaging, let us know.
Pack4U uses a secure, HIPAA-compliant platform, so patient and pharmacy information are protected using the latest security technology.
Typically standard shipping is 2 business days, and included in the packaging fee. For details, contact your local Pack4U.
Yes. A pharmacist performs a check using visual inspection aids before finished prescriptions are shipped to your pharmacy. This check constitutes pharmacist verification I (PVI).
Traditionally, no. However we anticipate this to be a ‘yes’ summer 2017 – stay tuned.