Consisting of fourteen clinics and one mobile clinic, Mosaic Medical is a community-based, community-supported and community-governed network of community health centers that provides quality care for all regardless of life circumstances. Founded in 2002, Mosaic believes that the quality of healthcare should never depend on how much money one makes, what language one speaks or someone’s insurance status.
With this in mind, Mosaic realized it lacked the ability to provide access to medication for its patients in need. Mosaic turned to its 340B third-party administrator, CaptureRx for a solution. That solution was the CaptureCard, a customizable cash card which allows covered entities to pass along 340B savings for discount prescriptions.
“We had patients that were not picking up their medications and the lack of medication adherence was really affecting their health outcomes. CaptureCard allowed us to customize payments and groups, so that we can compliantly provide access to lifesaving medications,” said Robin Vallie, Pharmacy Program Supervisor, Mosaic Medical.
Mosaic uses a grouping system for its CaptureCard, based on patient need. Group A receives the sliding fee scale which covers 100 percent of the cost – patients don’t pay anything for medications such as COPD inhalers and insulin.