Employer Clinic Dispensing

Over the last few years, workplace place clinics have become more and more popular.  Rising health costs have created an environment in which employers are aggressively seeking alternatives.  Often, these clinics are operated by third parties that specialize in providing medical care.  Some employers build their own clinic.  Normally staffed by nurse practitioners or physician assistants, these clinics act as highly accessible urgent care operations dedicated to employees.  School systems, manufacturers, health systems, government agencies and a variety of other types of employer groups are implementing these clinics.

Northwind Pharmaceuticals physician dispensing program fits right in with these employee focused clinics.  Offering prepackaged pharmaceuticals that match the urgent care formulary, Northwind enables the employer sponsored clinic to treat acute issues quickly and effectively.  Low cost generic medications serve as the centerpiece of these clinic’s formularies and enable the employer to enjoy lower health care costs, healthier employees and more timely service.  As a pharmaceutical wholesaler, Northwind Pharmaceuticals does not operate clinics but partners with the practice to provide medications to employee-patients.

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