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Specialty Care

The best specialty care is personal and local.

Patients who require specialty medications deserve and need face-to-face personal attention. The high costs of specialty drugs, unfamiliar ways of administration (such as self-injections), and fears about possible side effects are often overwhelming for patients. Our pharmacists are trained and ready to help.

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We Work Behind the Scenes for You by…

  • Determining your insurance coverage and copay.
  • Utilizing manufacturer copay cards to reduce prescription cost.
  • Enrolling you in available foundation assistance programs to help cover high out-of-pocket costs.
  • Transferring the prescription to your insurance required pharmacy, if necessary.
  • Providing refill reminder calls to help keep you on schedule with therapy.
  • Following up to answer any questions after you’ve started the medication.

Personal Attention for Your Drug Therapy

  • Education on your medication and how it works to manage your condition.
  • Personal one-on-one injection training from a pharmacist.
  • Address any concerns about side effects and adverse events.

Conveniently Pick Up Medications

Pick up your specialty medications at your nearest HomeTown Pharmacy.

Leave It to Us to Handle

Our patient care coordinators work on behalf of the patient and act as a central point of contact between you, the patient, and insurance companies. We assist with intake coordination, benefit investigation, prior authorization, copay card and manufacturer support enrollment, and foundation assistance.

How to Get Started

1. Physicians

  • Fax enrollment form to us by fax at 855.414.4886.

– OR –

  • Provide a prescription to you to take to any of our convenient locations.

– OR –

  • E-prescribe on your behalf.

2. We Coordinate

  • Benefits investigation.
  • Prior authorizations.
  • Copay assistance cards.
  • Foundation application assistance.
  • Program enrollment in manufacturer support programs.
  • Communication on your prescription status.

3. Get More

  • Access to pharmacist for urgent needs, questions, or medication management.
  • Personal one-on-one injection training from a pharmacist.
  • Choice of pick up at local pharmacy, delivery to patient’s home or to your office.
  • One pharmacy for all of patient’s medications and pharmacy needs.

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When to Contact

Please call Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm to speak with a pharmacist. All email and telephone messages will be responded to within 72 hours.

If you have an immediate emergency, please call 911.

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