Managed Care Pharmacy

Help physicians engage patients and capture value

Use comprehensive care coordination software to simplify patient engagement.

DocIndy makes reimbursable care management programs that focus on chronic conditions easier. We back patient centered care with engaging digital tools.

Use software to partner with physician practices for Chronic Care Management


Engage and motivate patients

Use complete care planning tools and evaluations to teach patients, monitor SMART objectives and deal with social obstacles.


Visualize and interpret data

Use healthcare analytics to filter patient and provider-level data to track and report care management KPIs. This will help you inform your chronic care model.


Maximize CCM billing and offset DIR fees

Simplify claim submission and reduce DIR fees by tracking and assigning Chronic Care Management CPT Codes automatically.

Our platform puts care management into action

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What is managed care pharmacy?

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Coordinated care programs that deliver quality and affordability

This practice uses clinical evidence to improve the health of populations and make the best use of limited resources, as per the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.

Pharmacists in this model support coordinated care programs, increase access to wellness services and foster value-based care.

Why should pharmacies and physicians collaborate for disease management? To improve outcomes and recover revenue

Pharmacists need to play a bigger role due to primary care shortages, value-based contracting and rising chronic illness.

Providers can partner with pharmacists to offer Annual Wellness Visits, Chronic Care Management and Remote Patient Monitoring, which can enhance outcomes and increase revenue.

How do pharmacies create managed care partnerships? Understanding provider agreements is the first step

Pharmacist/physician partnerships have specific requirements that both parties need to meet. This ensures that they are aligned and organized on the terms of their collaboration.

Access and share health data to streamline coordinated care

Personalized care decisions are informed by bi-directional data interoperability, which collects information from EHRs, HIEs, remote monitoring devices, advance care directives and a mobile app.


Visualize, interpret and act with healthcare analytics

Data from different clinical sites and practices are aggregated by DocIndy Analytics, which can enhance performance and inform care.