Napa, Calif. — Cost-effective custom compounded drugs are improving patient access, said an expert at the fall Cosmetic Bootcamp (CBC).
Many popular commercially available topical drugs list for $500-$700 or more through insurance, which may require a $100 co-pay, said Wm. Philip Werschler, M.D. He is a Spokane, Washington-based dermatologist in private practice and a clinical teaching professor at the University of Washington.
“But a customized version better tailored to my patient available through Prescriber’s Choice and Sincerus costs patients $50-$60 in the Northwest.” Patients get these medications faster, more easily and often less expensively, at the point of service. “It’s disruptive in the same way that Uber and Airbnb have been disruptive. Patients love it.”
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