Care Planning Reason #2: Telling Our Story
1) Helps others (e.g. payers, providers, employers) understand the importance of community-based pharmacies
Care planning will help them "see" all that we are doing
and show them that we are not just filling prescriptions.
2) Offers scalability
Payers aren’t interested in just one pharmacy performing services, but a collective network of pharmacies offers real value. Here are some examples of plausible numbers of patient impact for services that CPESN pharmacies offer patients:
- 100 med sync patients per pharmacy, per month x 100 pharmacies in your local CPESN network = 10,000 patients/month who are improving adherence to medications prescribed by their doctor
- 15 deliveries per day x 5 days per week of deliveries x 2,200 CPESN pharmacies = 165,000 home visits/week or 8 million home visits/year
3) Proves what we do
The standardized format of the eCare Plan Standard within your technology solutions partner’s platform allows us to document what we do to help keep patients out of the hospital and helps improve cost of care.
If you have not submitted a care plan yet, please submit a care plan by June 30, 2019.
How do I submit a care plan? Follow Track 1 after determining if your pharmacy has submitted a care plan
Track 1 is intended for pharmacies who have not submitted a care plan
Determining if your pharmacy has submitted a care plan:
We now have 903 pharmacies that have submitted a care plan!
Way to go!
to see the list of
903 CPESN pharmacies
who have submitted a care plan based on our criteria, in numerical order by NPI number (
this list was updated June 25, 2019
If you believe your pharmacy submitted an eCare Plan, but don't see your NPI listed above, please complete this short webform (click
) and we will research your submission in collaboration with your technology vendor.