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Apovia's core...

pharmacy capabilities include retail and specialty pharmacy services. Apovia  retail and specialty pharmacy operations serve the members of our payer customers including 12 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that care for approximately 100,000 patients. Apovia  currently operates eight pharmacies and two dispensaries including a URAC accredited specialty pharmacy. 

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Pharmacy Services Overview

  • High Cost Specialty Medication and Retail Prescription fulfillment 

  • Pharmacy pick up or home delivery convenience 

  • Patient Education / Adherence Programs

  • Prior Authorization Services (reduce administrative burden for providers)

  • 340B Covered Entity in-clinic pharmacy services

Key Differentiating Pharmacy Capabilities



  • Utilizes clinical platform that applies evidence-based guidelines to optimize pharmacist clinical interventions with patients receiving high cost specialty medications.​​

    • Drug Utilization with Net Cost Analysis 

    • Analyze patient usage by health plan and pharmacy

    • Identify top therapeutic drug categories to prioritize potential financial opportunities

    • Recommend strategies to optimize revenues while improving  pharmaceutical care

  • Implement pharmacy pull through programs to optimize data driven financial opportunities

  • Manage in-clinic pharmacy operations  including a clinical pharmacist working hand-in-hand with all medical staff  to optimize medication management.

  • Reporting capabilities to track key customer financial performance metrics.