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CareLogic® Support Programs

Our Specialty Pharmacies have nine Therapeutic Resource Centers with disease focused, specialty trained clinicians. Within those TRCs, our thirteen Specialty Care Management programs, called CareLogic® provide disease-focused clinical interventions by specialized clinicians, including:
- Patient assessments
- Proactive adherence support
- Outcomes tracking
- Patient advocacy and education
- Detailed reporting
- Support for the prescriber-patient relationship and plan of care


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Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a very contagious infection of the lungs and breathing passages that affects small children. Almost all children contract RSV by the time they turn two. Most of the time, symptoms are limited to those of the common cold. In premature babies and those with lung, heart or immune system conditions, RSV can be serious and require hospitalization until symptoms get better. There are medications that can help prevent RSV infection in high-risk children.

CareLogic® - RSV

Dealing with a sudden and serious case of RSV is a scary and overwhelming time for parents and families. Our CareLogic program for RSV is here to provide you the clinical support you need and to empower you with education about RSV prevention and medication therapy.

With our CareLogic Program for RSV, you'll get:

  • Access to pharmacists and nurses who specialize in RSV, 24 hours a day
  • Coordinated medication delivery to the baby’s physician’s office
  • Mailed education materials for families of new patients and access to Accredo web sites.
  • Access to on-staff social workers that can provide emotional support and help identify community assistance programs in your area.

RSV Resources

There are many organizations that can give you more information about RSV.

Some of these organizations are:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

www.cdc.gov
 
 
 

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