What service will benefit your hospital?
Hospital pharmacies have many choices for pharmaceutical reverse distribution. Often, it’s hard to understand the differences and weigh their value to your bottom line. Pharma Logistics offers both Box and Ship and Onsite services for hospital pharmacies across the country.
Both our Box & Ship and Onsite options enable healthcare providers to manage drug returns in a hassle-free and cost-effective manner. And put their focus back on patient care and customer service.
Not sure whether Box and Ship or Onsite service is right for your pharmaceutical supply chain management needs? Read on to learn more about the two options.
Box and Ship
Limit vendor interruptions and manage returns on your own schedule with our Box and Ship service.
With Box and Ship, hospital pharmacies can send unsalable pharmaceutical returns at their convenience. We provide everything you need in advance, including:
- Prepaid shipping labels
- DEA Form 222
- Tamper-proof bags
Simply pack up your returns and mail them to us; we will take care of the rest. Box and Ship is ideal for pharmacies seeking to reduce reverse distributor costs.
Save your hospital a significant number of resources and time by letting us handle the entire expired drug return process.
Are your employees too burdened by inventory returns? If your staff is overworked by packaging unsalable medications and filling out forms, Pharma Logistics’ Onsite service option is ideal for you.
With Onsite service, our staff handles all aspects of the returns process so your team can focus on patient service. This includes:
- Checking paperwork and do same-day DEA Form 222 completion.
- Providing in-person account summaries.
- Ensuring proper packaging.
- Preparing shipping for carrier pickup.
Whether you choose Box and Ship or Onsite, Pharma Logistics handles your pharmaceutical returns quickly, efficiently and our dedicated support team will be with you every step of the way. To learn more about how Pharma Logistics can benefit your hospital, check out our Why Pharma for Hospital Reverse Distribution literature.