Andover, MA – IWP, a specialty home delivery pharmacy that helps workers injured in accidents return to a productive life by collaborating with the legal, medical and insurance communities, recently announced that it has joined First Script, Coventry’s Pharmacy Benefit Management (PBM) program, in the First Script Extended Network.
As a national home delivery pharmacy, IWP serves as a dedicated workers’ compensation resource, offering guaranteed overnight delivery of prescription medications, so injured workers can focus on healing, helping to close claims faster and reduce costs. As a part of the First Script Extended Network, IWP offers specialty network discount pricing, backed by eBilling capabilities for reimbursement to reduce administrative burden.
“The First Script pharmacy program strives to manage every prescription an injured worker receives during their workers’ compensation injury recovery. By continuously extending our provider network outside of traditional retail locations, we increase our ability to offer the same clinical responsiveness to drug utilization review and cost containment as we do with all other prescriptions,” said Alan Madison, Vice President, First Script operations. “By including providers like IWP, we have created an expanded level of care and safety for our clients and their injured workers.”
IWP’s team of experts is well-versed in the state-specific nuances and clinical needs of injured workers and is experienced processing claims with hundreds of workers’ compensation carriers.
“Retail pharmacies are not always the easiest or most convenient way for injured individuals to get their medication. IWP is a key provider of workers’ compensation pharmacy services, offering payers the benefits of dealing with a specialized home delivery pharmacy and patients the ability to focus on healing,” said Ken Martino, CEO and President, IWP.
IWP has more than 30 pharmacists and pharmacy technicians who process more than 50,000 prescriptions each month.
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