Insight Session

Improve Patient Care, Improve Your Business – An Example of a Pay-for-Performance Model

February 4, 2019 3:15PM - 4:15PM Gulfstream 3
2019

Jim Cox, RPh.

Director of Pharmacy, Coborn's, Incorporated

Jim Cox has served as the Director of Pharmacy at Coborn’s, Inc. since 2012. He is responsible for all pharmacy operations across 36 supermarket, 2 clinic and 1 long‐term care pharmacy locations. Prior to Coborn’s, Mr. Cox was Consulting Manager at Fairview Pharmacy Services, Co‐founder and Vice President of ApothecaryRx, Director of Operations for PrairieStone Pharmacies and in various capacities for Snyder Drug Stores – all MN based companies. Mr. Cox is a graduate of Cornell University’s Executive Leadership Program, received his MBA from St. Cloud State University and B.S. of Pharmacy from Drake University.

Jason Miller

Clinical Program Manager, Coborn’s, Incorporated

Jason Miller, Pharm.D., is the Clinical Program Manager for Coborn’s Inc. Pharmacies, and has been with the company in different roles since 2005. Some of Dr. Miller’s key areas of focus are medication therapy management, immunization services, and precepting students and residents. Dr. Miller is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, class of 2011, and is involved in several national and local organizations. He currently serves on MPhA’s Board of Directors, the Peer Advisory Panel for the MedEdgeRx Network, Outcomes MTM National Advisory Board, the Pharmacist Advisory Board for Apothecary Products, and the Asthma Advisory Committee for the Minnesota Department of Health.

While traditional pharmacy payment models do little to incentivize optimized medication therapy and improved patient outcomes, new payment models look to close that gap. This session will highlight an exemplary payment model focused on high-priority patient care initiatives, which deploy health plan partnership, technology, and high-touch patient interactions.