Prescription data is the actual prescription that sets the targeted dose to be dispensed. Employers do not traditionally have access to prescription data. However, they can and should require vendors to collect this information. Having actual prescription data provides the payer with transparency to verify the number of units dispensed, per unit cost and assay management.
Per unit prices differ among specialty/dispensing pharmacies. Hemophilia Treatment Centers are recognized by the federal government and have access to discounted medications under the 340B Drug Pricing Program, which may offer competitive and/or lower average pricing per unit.