Commitment to Compliance
The more complete and direct the interface, the greater the level of compliance
SUNRx helps covered entities run a compliant 340B program. Compliance is the core of the SUNRx 340B management program philosophy. We help clients maintain accurate and current 340B database information, recertify eligibility annually, help prevent diversion to ineligible patients, help avoid duplicate discounts, and prepare for program audits. We accept our responsibility to keep our clients compliant with Federal 340B regulations and minimize their risk. Our 340B technology maximizes compliance by thoroughly verifying patient and prescriber before a claim is determined to be 340B eligible. We do this through a direct eligibility interface with the entity’s electronic medical record. The more complete and direct the interface, the greater level of compliance. For cash paying patients, patient and prescriber eligibility is determined in real-time, at the time of adjudication. The more complete and direct the interface, the greater the level of compliance.
Innovator in Managing 340B
SUNRx continues to be a market innovator with customizable split-billing, purchase order optimization, an invoice analysis program to manage pricing discrepancies, and 340B prescription discount cards for the uninsured. SUNRx has a focused approach on compliance in managing 340B programs for safety-net entities such as hospitals and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC). The SUNRx program helps entities maximize the financial value of the 340B program, enabling them to improve access to affordable medications for their low-income and uninsured patients, and to expand services to their communities. SUNRx provides a 340B solution that is compliant with HRSA guidelines and helps covered entities to obtain successful HRSA audit results.
SUNRx has been managing 340B programs since 2006, and carries has extensive pharmacy benefit management and payer experience. Our account teams are recognized by clients and hospital association partners to be one of the most knowledgeable and customer-focused teams in the industry. SUNRx helps clients optimize their 340B program while complying with 340B guidelines, and is backed by the strength of its parent company, MedImpact Healthcare Systems.
SUNRx’s 340B program can be implemented with most covered entity Electronic Medical Records system, wholesaler, switch or pharmacy to serve their patients. These options provide maximum flexibility and the greatest financial benefits.
A Complete Solution
In addition to our 340B contract pharmacy management technology, SUNRx offers a split-billing solution, which was acquired in 2017, as well as HRSA audit preparation and support, enhanced reporting features, invoice analysis and other services to effectively manage 340B programs.
The SUNRx technology integrates lowest cost solutions, advanced compliance/adherence protocols, and the only true “real-time” 340B prescription discount card program — allowing entities to pass through program savings to their low-income and uninsured patients. Also available is the Invoice Analysis & Reconciliation System providing a cost effective, subscription-based suite of products designed to help healthcare providers save money.
A Trusted Partner
SUNRx is a corporate partner of 340B Health, and the exclusive 340B partner with many state hospital associations. Using a hands-on approach, the SUNRx team provides industry-leading program design, implementation, regulatory expertise, education, and unparalleled customer support.
SUNRx is committed to providing quality customer service and support to our clients, and believes this is the basis for a strong and active partnership. We partner with clients to provide the reporting tools necessary to effectively manage and maximize their 340B programs, provide training to staff and communicate proactively. Each client is assigned an account executive who provides support, ongoing financial reviews and more to support your 340B program. Split-billing implementations are customized, and with no limits on the number of user interfaces.