Endless sunny summer days can bring a measure of symptom relief to those with psoriasis. It’s fitting, then, that the month of August coincides with National Psoriasis Awareness Month.

The good news keeps coming for the specialty pharmacy pipeline in 2021. As was mentioned in a blog last month, The Upcoming Specialty Medication Pipeline, about 60% of medications currently under FDA review are accounted for by specialty medications. In addition, many of these are specialty drugs for oncology, hematology, multiple sclerosis, and inflammatory diseases, as well as including new biosimilar medications.

BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy serves the specialty medication needs of our patients while also contributing to the health and welfare of patients worldwide through our partnership with the non-profit OneWorld Health. We support their mission of providing quality, affordable care to communities in need.

Whether it’s Hurricane Elsa whipping up winds in Florida, the recent heat wave with mercury-busting temperatures out West, or anything in between, it can be a nail-biting experience for patients waiting on essential specialty medications during unusual weather events. But not for BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy patients.

It can sometimes be a bumpy road when it comes to getting essential medications in the hands of patients facing complex or chronic medical conditions, according to a recent survey of more than 400 nurses.

Specialty medications fill a unique and important niche for patients facing complex or chronic conditions. By definition, specialty medications are high-cost medications that call for special monitoring, dose tracking, and/or administration. In other words, they take a special touch.

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