The NCODA CAWT Tool was recently published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology – Oncology Practice. The article highlights the medication waste associated with external specialty pharmacies compared to Medically Integrated Pharmacies (MIPs), as well as increased cost avoidance demonstrated by MIP teams.

As the utilization of oral cancer medications rises, it is vital that cancer centers track costs associated with these expensive therapies. This research seeks to report the cost interventions associated with medically integrated pharmacies (MIPs) and mail-order pharmacies. Read complete article HERE.