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Is Telemedicine Part of Your Brand’s Go-to-Market Strategy? Delivering an End-to-End Digital Experience is Essential

The explosion of virtual healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic fueled the rise of digital direct-to-consumer (DTC) channels in the life sciences industry. The realization that it’s possible for patients to have a compliant, clinical conversation to receive a prescription via a telemedicine platform linked to a brand’s website can be a game-changer. A well-executed DTC model provides a more responsive option for patients to meet them where they are in 2023 - online and on their phone

Phil and RedHill Biopharma Partner to Increase Access to Talicia®

Talicia® is indicated for the treatment of Helicobacter pylori infection in adults Patients can now access RedHill’s Talicia® via the PhilRx Platform SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – July 6, 2023 – Phil Inc., a patient access platform company that revolutionizes life science product commercialization, today announced an agreement with RedHill Biopharma (Nasdaq: RDHL) (‘RedHill’) to make its medication Talicia® (omeprazole magnesium, amoxicillin, and rifabutin) available via the PhilRx Patient Access Platform. The PhilRx Patient Access Platform provides end-to-end visibility into the entire prescription life cycle, starting the moment the physician writes a prescription

3 Reasons Why Your Patient Services Program May be Falling Short on Medication Adherence

Medication nonadherence is a long-standing problem linked to poor health outcomes, increased hospitalizations, and significantly higher healthcare costs. According to the CDC, out of the 3.8 billion prescriptions written in the U.S., one out of five are never filled. Even with good insurance and drug coverage, medication adherence rates for chronic conditions fall between 50-60%– a far cry from the 80% adherence rates medical experts say are necessary for optimal therapeutic efficacy

4 Strategies to Maximize Enrollment in your Patient Services Program

Low enrollment in manufacturer-sponsored patient services programs is rampant, so much so that many industry stakeholders have come to accept this as inevitable. This disappointing trend nearly always holds true if brands employ traditional “call center-based” hubs or specialty pharmacies that lack consumer-friendliness, creating unnecessary friction for patients and HCPs. These “clunky” programs typically result in enrollment rates between 20-30%

Implementing an Effective Bridge Program: Laying the Foundation for Covered Dispenses

A common challenge for specialty and specialty-lite brand commercialization teams is maximizing prescription coverage while minimizing free goods program overutilization. Patient bridge and quickstart programs, which provide temporary access to medications for patients experiencing coverage gaps or delays, are essential for therapy continuity and preventing financial burden on patients. However, these programs can negatively impact the manufacturers’ bottom line if manufacturers don’t implement the appropriate safeguards and requirements