Claiming for MedsChecks now automated


Pharmacist using computer

Automatic claiming enabled for 6CPA programs through MedAdvisor’s PlusOne platform

Digital medication management company MedAdvisor has announced it has integrated with the Pharmacy Programs Administrator Claiming Portal to enable automatic claiming for 6CPA programs through the PlusOne platform.

MedAdvisor’s platform removes the manual work of submitting via the Pharmacy Programs Administrator (PPA) Portal, explains the organisation.

Pharmacists need only to complete the once-off registration process and the system will automatically take care of the rest.

“Automatic claiming for 6CPA programs has been highly anticipated across community pharmacies and we are proud to be the first provider to enable this for our network,” says Robert Read, CEO of MedAdvisor.

“We’d like to thank the PPA)for the significant portal development work they’ve undertaken to enable software providers to integrate in this way.

“At MedAdvisor our goal is to make medication more manageable for patients, and pharmacists play such an important role in helping to achieve this.”

Over one million services have been delivered and recorded in PlusOne in 2019, more than double the amount compared to the same period last year, he said.

Automatic claiming for MedsChecks and Diabetes MedsChecks services will be progressively activated across all MedAdvisor network pharmacies over the next few weeks.

Other 6CPA programs and Health Outcomes Data entry will be enabled for automatic claiming as soon as they become available.

Chay Boss-Walker, Director of the PPA, thanked MedAdvisor for their collaboration and congratulated them for bringing automatic claiming of MedsCheck and Diabetes MedsCheck to market “in such a short amount of time”.

“We look forward to working with them to enable automatic claiming of other 6CPA Programs in future,” he said.

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