340B

Our Commitment to Patient Health

The BioPlus Way is to deliver specialty pharmacy solutions which measurably improve adherence to a plan of care, ensure optimal therapeutic outcomes, and lighten the administrative burden of physicians offices, all while ensuring moral, legal, and ethical conduct.  With our 2-Hour Guarantee, we make it fast and easy to use BioPlus.

340B Insights

A 340B partnership with BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy provides access to discounted specialty drugs.  For patients, this partnership can mean even more – by providing access to proven clinical support program which supports better adherence and optimal health outcomes.  Rely on BioPlus as your long-term strategic partner in the health and success of both your 340B program and in your patients’ lives.

Patient-centric Care

Rely on BioPlus to shoulder some of the load.  We’re here to help your patients manage chronic illnesses that require specialty medications, including:

  • Hepatitis C
  • Crohn’s Disease/UC
  • Oncology
  • HIV
  • Hemophilia
  • Psoriasis
  • Psoriatic Arthritis
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Multiple Sclerosis

How To Build the Best 340B Patient Assistance Program

Patient assistance programs may be a dime a dozen, but what do you need to know to make yours really stand out from the crowd? The most important step in designing a highly effective patient assistance program is one, often overlooked, tool. Find out what this tool is by reading the blog, here.

Please contact Ryan Rushing to learn more about what BioPlus can offer your organization.

340B Resources

HRSA - 340B OPAIS Webinar

Webinar

Recorded Covered Entity Webinar

340B: Making the Right Choice in Your Specialty Pharmacy Partner

February 15, 2019 /linkedIn/ — Making the right choice in a specialty pharmacy partner for your 340B program is an important decision that will impact your long-term program success.

Studies Confirm 340B Drug Discount Program Helps Hospitals Serve Low-Income and Rural Patients without Raising Drug Prices

WASHINGTON, July 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — More than $457 billion is spent on prescription drugs in America annually. Access to healthcare, however, remains a struggle for many Americans.