CHRONIC

Scriptpharm chronic medicine risk management optimises efficiencies through the pharmaceutical value chain.

Overview

Scriptpharm chronic medicine risk management allows access to the pharmaceutical value chain which generates savings.  It creates a platform and a lever for Scriptpharm to manage medicine benefits at pharmacy level.

The management of the value chain is achieved through:

  • Compliance by the pharmacies to the cost effective formulary
  • Utilisation of more cost effective medicines
  • Management of the purchasing and wholesaling of medicines
  • Significant improved fraud management using purchasing and wholesale ordering data

Scriptpharm Risk Management has implemented a national DSP of retail pharmacies which:

  • Significantly improves member access
  • Hassle-free application for chronic medicine – we facilitate the process with your Medical Scheme and reduced chronic application waiting periods
  • Improves member compliance
  • Reduces member co-payments
  • Significantly improves pharmacy compliance to most cost effective medication

Hassle Free Chronic Medication

Scriptpharm will facilitate the chronic medication application process between the member and the medical scheme for a hassle-free experience for the member for a more efficient experience.

Participating Schemes

The preferred product list and pharmacy network arrangements apply to the following Medscheme administered schemes:

Contact Details

Nedgroup Medical Aid

To register for the Chronic Medicine Benefit, update your chronic medication or resolve any queries related to medicines for the chronic conditions covered by the Scheme, contact ScriptPharm Risk Management:

Bonitas Medical Fund

Should you have any questions pertaining to Chronic Medicine please use the contact details here:

South African Police Service Medical Scheme (POLMED)

Should you have any questions pertaining to Chronic Medicine please use the contact details here:

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