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Three Reasons Drug Dispensing Should Be On Your Radar

Considering dispensing medications from your clinic?  Physician dispensing could be a great complement to the services your already provide to your patients.

Here are three reasons offering pharmaceuticals from your clinic is a win/win for you and your patients:

1. Extra income – depending on the size and patient mix within your practice, clinic dispensing can generate $20,000 – $50,000 per practitioner annually.  Done properly, you won’t need to add staff or change much in your care flow.

2. Patient satisfaction – it can be a real hassle for a patient to make another stop after leaving the clinic. Giving the patient her prescription before she leaves simplifies her life and gets her on the path to feeling better even faster.

3. Clinic appeal – Let’s face it, competition is intense.  Attracting new patients and keeping the ones you have can be a challenge.  Obviously, job one is great care for your patient.  However, offering complementary products or services can be a great way to attract new patients and keep your current ones coming back.

Still hesitant?  Consider this: providers are implementing clinic dispensing at a rapid rate.  Specialists and general practitioners are providing medications to patients more and more to provide a complete solution.  If you don’t have medical dispensing on your radar, just remember, your competition does.

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