In-office dispensing

Why Gastroenterology and Rheumatology Offices Need In-Office Physician Dispensing

Rheumatology and gastroenterology are complex specialties for chronic conditions. Treatments continue to evolve as new oral and injectable medications are introduced to treat patients effectively. Because there are so many treatment options, in-office medication dispensing may be an excellent option for physician offices. It offers a way to provide patients access to their medications and…

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Arizona Physician Dispensing Regulations

If you are a physician working in Arizona and are considering medication dispensing at your practice, it is important that you adhere to state laws and regulations. The information included on this page is for reference only, so please refer to your state medical or pharmaceutical board for updated information.  Registration for Medication Dispensing Physician…

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Wisconsin Physician Dispensing Regulations

If you are a physician working in Wisconsin and are considering medication dispensing at your practice, it is important that you adhere to state laws and regulations. The information included on this page is for reference only, so, please refer to your state medical or pharmaceutical board for updated information.  Registration for Medication Dispensing In…

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How In-Office Drug Dispensing Can Improve Patient’s Clinical Outcomes

Evidence shows there are several benefits to dispensing medications to patients at the point of care. Physician-in-office dispensing of RX drugs is safe and offers a reliable barrier against medication errors, with improved patient outcomes.  Although more physicians have adapted to the growing trend of an in-office medication dispensing system, pharmacies still provide most of…

In-Office Drug Dispensing Helps Prevent “Doctor Shopping”: Here’s How

“Doctor shopping” happens when patients visit different physicians to gain multiple prescriptions for the same period of illness. According to the journal Clinical Neuroscience, this behavior is common among patients who are hypochondriacs, or who are suffering from drug addiction.  Typically, doctor shoppers may present themselves as a new patient or a visiting patient from…