About Jennifer Ottman, CPhT
I began working at an independent pharmacy in high school and really enjoyed being in the health care field. I provided clinical support to improve patient care and adherence to their medications. I have played a vital role in the pharmacy industry full-time for 23 years.
I have a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and have been a Certified Pharmacy Technician since 2001. Prior to joining the PAAS team, I was a floating technician, 3rd party district chargeback specialist, and district pharmacy training coordinator. Formerly, I was also an instructor for pharmacy technician certification classes.
PAAS’ personal, one-on-one connection will help your pharmacy become more successful in dealing with tiresome PBM audits. It is a pleasure knowing that my colleagues and I can help member pharmacies.
Entries by Jennifer Ottman, CPhT
A PBM will recoup a claim in full if a medication is picked up after their required return to stock timeframes listed in the respective provider manuals.
Healthcare providers will play a key role when a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available.
PAAS National® has alerted members through several Newsline articles of an increase in audits with Prime Therapeutics®, Caremark®, OptumRx® and Express Scripts® investigating foot bath prescriptions.
Ozempic® is an injectable used to improve glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus and is available as 2 mg in a 1.5 mL (1.34 mg/mL) pre-filled, disposable pen injector.
Whenever a pharmacy dispenses a quantity less than what the prescriber ordered, there should be a reason documented for the “cut quantity”.