drugs

PocketPills’ Virtual Pharmacy – (Game changer?)

2019-12-02T16:12:06+00:00

PocketPills is an online service that delivers medications right to your door. What has widely been hailed as the ‘UberEats” of pharmacies, PocketPills’ free delivery of pharmaceuticals is an easy way to fill prescriptions and manage medications for consumers in Canada. The pharmaceutical distribution company based out of Surrey, B.C. has a primary goal of [...]

PocketPills’ Virtual Pharmacy – (Game changer?)2019-12-02T16:12:06+00:00

2019 AbbVie National Private Payer Ad Board

2020-02-03T04:42:34+00:00

Human Capital Benefits participated in the AbbVie National Private Payer Advisory Board meetings in Toronto on October 22, 2019 at the InterContinental Hotel. The objective of the meeting  was to gain feedback/recommendations from a handful of select advisors, pharmacist and Insurer drug practice leaders on both product and policy issues that AbbVie faces in order [...]

2019 AbbVie National Private Payer Ad Board2020-02-03T04:42:34+00:00

Canadian Leadership Council – 2019

2020-02-03T04:25:06+00:00

Chris was invited to be a participant in the 2019 Canadian Leadership Council put on by Benefits Canada / TC Media at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in downtown Toronto on Friday, May 31, 2019. The event brought together approximately 40 industry consultants/advisors, pharmacy, drug reps and industry association leaders from across Canada to discuss a [...]

Canadian Leadership Council – 20192020-02-03T04:25:06+00:00

Drug Dispensing Fees – Ontario (July to Dec. 2017)

2018-11-23T15:48:04+00:00

Although, these figures are historical (not released regularly), it is easy to see that Plan Sponsors should be encouraging plan members to be wise consumers and to look at the cost that pharmacist are charging for professional drug dispensing fees. Since guidelines were enacted a number of years ago, aimed at eliminating certain incentives/rebates to [...]

Drug Dispensing Fees – Ontario (July to Dec. 2017)2018-11-23T15:48:04+00:00

Ontario government to become second payer under OHIP+ changes

2018-07-12T22:01:36+00:00

Ontario’s new Conservative government has announced changes to the province’s youth pharmacare program to make it second payer for Ontarians under age 25 who have coverage through private benefits plans. “Today, our government is announcing our intent to fix the OHIP+ program by focusing benefits on those who do not have existing prescription drug benefits,” [...]

Ontario government to become second payer under OHIP+ changes2018-07-12T22:01:36+00:00