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By Muirhead, Greg | Drug Topics, December 11, 1995 | Go to article overview

Network Notes


Muirhead, Greg, Drug Topics


New PCS links

Pharmacy benefit manager PCS Health Systems has entered agreements with Systems Plus, Mountain View, Calif., and Personalized Programming, Alachua, Fla., to market PCS' physician communications software, PCS Link. The software gives physicians on-line access to their patients' drug histories, including information on whether patients have complied with their prescribed drug therapy. PCS said it now has electronic linkages to more than 30,000 physicians.

Interactive Blues

The Blue Cross & Blue Shield Association's EDI-USA company has chosen claims processor National Data Corp. to set up interactive communications capabilities among independent BC&BS plans, their providers, and their payers. The first stage of development will focus on eligibility verification needs.

Back to school

Friendly Hills HealthCare Foundation, a physicians' network owned by Caremark and based in La Habra, Calif., has opened The College of Managed Care. The college is intended to educate healthcare providers and administrators on how to deal with the world of managed health care. "Pharmaceutical services management" is one of five areas in which enrollees can receive training.

Keeping jails hale

Capstone Pharmacy Services, which provides pharmacy services to correctional facilities and nursing homes, has introduced Smartcare, a drug utilization review program intended to address the problem of overmedication among prison inmates.

Webbed up

Pharmacy benefit manager Express Scripts claims it is the first PBM to set up an interactive site on the World Wide Web, intended for clients and prospective clients. …

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