Kerri Petrin and Sapna Patel discuss RxAnte’s most powerful direct-to-member intervention, Mosaic Pharmacy Service. Mosaic is unlike other home-based pharmacies because it uses proprietary Therapeutic Decision Support analytics to identify opportunities to optimize the medication regimens of medically complex Medicare members. The result? Increased Five Star quality ratings, cost-saving opportunities, and improved health outcomes for Medicare members and their health plans.

Topics include:

  • Challenges of achieving the Ideal Medication Regimen for medically complex and vulnerable Medicare members
  • Current adherence strategies and opportunities for improvement
  • The role of a technology-enabled comprehensive pharmacy service
  • Mosaic Pharmacy’s impact on one health plan

Quality teams and care managers at Medicare plans will learn:

  • The magnitude of opportunity in the medically complex Medicare population
  • How population health analytics can risk-stratify and pinpoint these members
  • How therapeutic decision support analytics powered by health plan data can improve care coordination and health outcomes for members

Featured Speakers

Kerri Petrin, MPH

VP, Strategy & Business Development

As Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, Ms. Petrin manages business efforts across all business lines at RxAnte. Prior to RxAnte, Ms. Petrin worked for the Beacon Community Program at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, managing a portfolio of investments and leading a data and performance measurement program. Ms. Petrin also held roles at The Brookings Institution and the Puget Sound Health Alliance.

Sapna Patel, RPh

Director of Clinical Services
Mosaic Pharmacy Services

Ms. Patel is Director of Clinical Services at Mosaic Pharmacy Services, where she oversees the development and delivery of clinical services for patients. Prior to Mosaic, Ms. Patel held roles as Director of Clinical Services for Advanced Patient Care, providing much-needed pharmacist driven care-coordination and as Executive Director of Progress Pharmacy, another LTC pharmacy, where she led a team of 10 pharmacists and 20 technicians that serviced over 3,000 patients in 5 States.