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PROCESS & TECHNOLOGY

Through our innovative approach to implementing advanced systems and strategies, Good Days has virtually redefined the way pharmacies and physicians connect with patients. Utilizing a range of online resources and web-based portals, we provide the secure and convenient way for patients, pharmacies and clinicians to access all the information they need.

 

 

Patients & Pros

Patients & Pros (PNP) is a portal that is available to both patients and providers that allows online referral submissions for financial assistance.  In addition, once approved, the portal enables patients and providers to stay on track with the patient’s medication treatments by providing quick and secure access to each patient’s treatment regimen, dispensing history, and medication usage. The website URL is http://pnp.mygooddays.org/

The Patient and Pros Portal helps patients stay on track with their medication treatments by providing quick and secure access for both patients and their providers to each patient’s treatment regimen, dispensing history, and medication usage. It provides reminder tools and an interactive calendar to help patients manage their care and allows them to check the balances of their funding grants and track payments that have been made.  Enroll Now!

Advanced Eligibility Screening

Once a referral request has been received, our innovative enrollment process screens the patient for specifically defined eligibility requirements, including:

  • Patients must have a valid social security number to apply for assistance and receive treatment in the United States.
  • Patients must have valid medical insurance with at least 50% coverage to be eligible for copay assistance.
  • Patients must have been prescribed a medication that is FDA approved and part of the Good Days program formulary.
  • Patients income must be at or below 500% the Federal Poverty Level based on household size.

Our eligibility screen system effectively streamlines the application process to ensure patients receive access to the lifesaving medication they need as soon as possible.