Choose font size A A A Contact Us  

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

By selecting one of the links below, you will be leaving the Specialty Benefit Services website and linking to another website which may be governed by a separate and different Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.


An organ transplant is replacing an organ that is not working properly with a healthier organ. The most common organs to be transplanted are the heart, lung, liver, pancreas, kidney and intestines. In some cases, the body sees the transplanted organ as a threat and rejects the new organ. This can happen at any time after the transplant. Transplant patients often take immunosuppressant drugs to reduce the immune system’s reaction and help prevent transplant rejection.

CareLogic® - Transplant

We know that managing your medical needs after an organ transplant can be complicated and confusing. That is why our Transplant Care Management empowers you with information about your health after organ transplant and medication treatment. You'll receive regularly scheduled clinical assessments with our trained healthcare professionals.  You will also have 24 hour access to nurses and pharmacists who can help you work through health issues and help you correctly follow your treatment plan. You can call our specialists anytime at 888.773.7376.

Transplant Resources

There are many online resources that can provide additional information about transplantation.
These resources include:

Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation

Cleveland Clinic

Clinical Pharmacology

Columbia Lung Transplant

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Division of Transplantation

“Partnering With Your Transplant Team: The Patient’s Guide for Transplantation”

“Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach”

Transplant Living

Transplant Recipients International Organization

United Network for Organ Sharing

“What Every Patient Needs to Know”

Share this page