Are you a workers’ compensation professional frustrated with your pharmacy program? Is your workers’ comp PBM overcharging you? Are you paying your contracted rates? And are these competitive? Want to better understand how to distinguish among PBM offerings?

We analyze transactional pharmacy data, identify pricing issues, and work with payers to maximize savings in their pharmacy programs. If you want help  sorting through the complexity of work comp pharmacy, need expert assistance  when writing RFPs and selecting a PBM, or want to see if you’re paying the prices you should, it’s worth a fact-finding conversation to see if we can help.

Call Joe Paduda at 203-314-2632 or email jpaduda@comppharma.com

We provide pharmacy management consulting services to:

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CompPharma’s goal is to create and strengthen pharmacy management programs to ensure that workers’ compensation payers pay fair, reasonable prices for medication and that their PBMs are adhering to their contracts.

ABOUT US

Joe Paduda, President
Joe is a nationally-recognized expert in medical mangement with extensive experience in the workers’ compensation industry. MORE >

CONTACT JOE: 203-314-2632
jpaduda@comppharma.com

Helen King Patterson, Vice President
Helen is a public relations consultant specializing in health care, medical management and workers’ compensation. MORE >

CONTACT HELEN: 813-690-4787
hpatterson@comppharma.com

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Joe Paduda Presents CSIA Webinar on Facility Costs, Drivers and Solutions

Among COVID-19 and delayed surgeries, reductions in Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, rising unemployment and other economic pressures, hospitals are having a tough time financially. And, facilities are looking to workers’ comp to help make up the revenue. Employers in most states are paying 3 to 8 times … Continue reading Joe Paduda Presents CSIA Webinar on Facility Costs, Drivers and Solutions

The survival of niche PBMs

Managed Healthcare Executive’s Susan Sadika quotes Joseph Paduda in this article on how niche PBMs survive in a world of mega PBMs better buying power. “They have to compete on the basis of something else, such as focusing on certain diseases or niche businesses, such … Continue reading The survival of niche PBMs

COVID-19 Affects Workers’ Comp, But Not the Way You Think

COVID-19 has hit workers’ comp hard, but it’s not the disease or its costs. It’s the economic devastation that will have deep and broad effects, writes Joe Paduda in WorkCompWire’s Leaders Speak. He argues that the industry’s focus on profitability is misplaced and explains why … Continue reading COVID-19 Affects Workers’ Comp, But Not the Way You Think

Pharma Blogs from Joe Paduda

Opioids – Deaths up, Sacklers likely to escape justice

Three news items hit the desk, ranging from bad to awful. More than 73,000 of us died of drug overdoses in the 12 months ending February, 2020. That’s four thousand more deaths than the previous year. (note graph below is … Continue reading Opioids – Deaths up, Sacklers likely to escape justice

Friday catch up

Pre-existing conditions, drug development, COVID-related GI problems, and marketing screwups… First up, pre-existing conditions Yesterday President Trump issued an executive order affirming “it is the official policy of the United States government to protect patients with pre-existing conditions.” Well, yeah. … Continue reading Friday catch up

Friday catch-up

Lots happened this week – here’s the big stuff. COVID’s impact on work comp WCRI is hosting a free webinar on the delivery of medical care and RTW during the pandemic.  Hosted by WCRI CEO John Ruser PhD and Randy … Continue reading Friday catch-up