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Reimagining Pharmacy Care

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Discover the financial, strategic and operations steps Blue Shield of California is taking to transform pharmacy services and increase equitable, affordable access to care.

Pharmacy Care, Reimagined

In this episode of Healing Healthcare, we discuss significant ways in which pharmacy services must change to provide safe, equitable access to sustainably affordable prescription drugs while helping patients make better-informed choices.

Our Guest: Alison Lum, Vice President of Pharmacy Services, Blue Shield of California

Topics Include:

  • Sustaining and improving healthcare affordability and access
  • Improving cost transparency and cost containment
  • Elevating consumer experiences within the healthcare ecosystem
  • Transforming and optimizing pharmacy/provider payment structures
  • Gathering and leveraging appropriate data to further improve outcomes
  • Why value-based medication assessment can be financially beneficial to all