Retail Pharmacy, Eaton Apothecary Adopts New Drug Price: Predictive Acquisition Cost (PAC)

In this case study, Eaton Apothecary shares how new drug price type, Predictive Acquisition Cost (PAC), helps the organization analyze and improve profit margins. PAC has helped this retail pharmacy quickly identify prices that are too high and reimbursements that are too low. Drug prices are largely set unilaterally, making it difficult for retail pharmacies to analyze procurement and reimbursement for drugs. In this case study, Eaton Apothecary shares how they use PAC to determine where reimbursement and procurement significantly deviate from the norm, and where a contract should be renegotiated or a reimbursement appealed.

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