DocStation for Medicaid

Build your compliant program on DocStation where pharmacists will be more engaged and provide better care Request a DocStation Demo
Align incentives with better care
Access to high-quality care for rural and under-served communities is hard to come by. DocStation helps Medicaid plans leverage the untapped primary care provider: pharmacists. Enable pharmacists to go beyond dispensing medications and help meet your members where they live. Learn More
Gain a unique perspective
Aggregate all plans in one platform. DocStation helps you understand the overall health of your Medicaid population. Track quality metrics tied directly state public health initiatives or risk-based contracts. Monitor rates of preventive screening for osteoporosis and cancer. Identifying members who would benefit from an additional level of care. Learn More
Save time identifying eligible patients
Turn your health benefits data into actionable insights. DocStation uses proprietary clinical intelligence to monitor risk across your entire population. Know when members need help before they do and engage centralized clinical staff, community-based pharmacy providers, or your very own virtual pharmacy workforce all on the DocStation platform. Learn More
Set payments to auto-pilot
DocStation provides all the administrative support you need to manage a network of clinical pharmacy providers. Contracting, enrollment, credentialing? Yep, we do that. Select your favorite HEDIS measures for your pay-for-performance program, set your budget, and we take care of the rest—pay out monthly, quarterly, or bi-annually. Learn More
Enhance your program with external data
DocStation pulls data better than a vacuum pulls dirt. We’ll digest claims files in any format. Does your state have an immunization registry? A prescription drug monitoring program? How about a health information exchange? We connect to them all so your team and provider network can focus on care. Learn More

Become a DocStation Health Plan

Realize the goals of value-based pharmacy and focus on patients, not pills. Request a DocStation Demo