Customized Medications Directly From Your Practice
One size does not fit all in dermatology medicine. SKNV supports dermatologists seeking the right custom medicines to target a diverse set of patients and skin conditions.
Mass-produced medicines have many inactive ingredients and potential allergens that may not be compatible with every patient. With SKNV, physicians are able to order custom medicines for in-practice dispensing to target individual patient needs.
SKNV enables doctors to retake control of their prescribing choices.
Your Customized Dermatology System
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Yes, If given the choice three out of four (75%) Americans would prefer to have their prescription(s) filled in their doctor’s office instead of a retail pharmacy. 84% feel it would be more convenient and 62% feel it would help them better manage their health.
*Research was conducted by Opinion Research Corporation.
Studies have shown that up to 30% of patients never get their prescriptions filled. When patients leave your office with medication in hand, compliance rates dramatically increase. In-practice dispensing of custom medicine has several benefits for patients. Custom medicines are created to better meet the medical needs of your patients. The cost can be significantly less, eliminating the need to work through insurance approvals. Your patients leave with their medicine in hand.
With the added convenience of in-practice dispensing, you consult with your patient right when they get their medicine versus sending them to a pharmacy. You get to have an open discussion about medication intervals, completing the regimen as directed and instructing them of potential interactions with any other medications you know they are taking. Compliance with drug therapy is 60% to 70% better when medications are delivered at the point-of-care when compared to a written prescription. Care and satisfaction are quickly improved because you monitor your patient’s process and progress while providing concierge-level service for your patients.
You will spend the about same amount of time on prescription related issues as you do today (on average 1-1.5 hours a day per Physician). Currently, that time is spent making your practice no revenue. By dispensing prescriptions, you convert lost time into revenue for your practice, while providing better care for your patients.
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Yes, physicians are allowed to dispense medications in most states. The patient must be yours and the medication must be distributed in your practice environment. There are other guidelines and restrictions you should be aware of as they can vary state-by-state. Contact one of our SKNV Consultants to discuss the guidelines and restrictions within your state.
To date, none of our customers have reported an increase in premiums as a result of in-practice dispensing.
The rules vary by state. Our SKNV Consultants can assist you in understanding what is needed for your state.
Yes, all of our software for managing your dispensing needs is HIPAA compliant.
The customized medications advertised on this site are made by SKNV, an FDA-registered 503B outsourcing facility that specializes in customized medications to meet unique patient needs. The health care practitioner will determine if the medication makes a clinical difference for the individual patient. The FDA does not review medications made in an outsourcing facility for any particular indication, safety or efficacy. SKNV makes no claim that its customized medications are safer or more effective than a commercially available drug. Any references to “common usages” should not be interpreted as recommendations or claims regarding the clinical indication of any medication, nor that SKNV medications are indicated for any particular use.