U-M Health Partners with Texas Firm to Advance Specialty Pharmacy

Loopback Analytics, a provider of data-driven solutions for hospital and health systems based in Dallas, is collaborating with University of Michigan Health in Ann Arbor to continue advancing its specialty pharmacy service.
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University of Michigan Health in Ann Arbor has partnered with Loopback Analytics to advance its specialty pharmacy service. // Stock Photo

Loopback Analytics, a provider of data-driven solutions for hospital and health systems based in Dallas, is collaborating with University of Michigan Health in Ann Arbor to continue advancing its specialty pharmacy service.

“University of Michigan Health will leverage Loopback’s data analytics platform for our growing specialty pharmacy program,” says Brandon Harkonen, assistant director of specialty pharmacy services at University of Michigan Health. “We plan to use the Loopback platform for access to data insights that will help us improve patient care and access to life-saving medications.”

Specialty pharmacy is an increasingly important aspect of health care and academic medical centers such as Michigan Medicine play a significant role in providing effective care and support for their patients. The Loopback platform will enable this effort through its easy-to-use analytics and seamless data integration.

The Loopback Rx Capture Modules enable health systems to maximize their opportunity for specialty medications. It enables health systems to drive growth for specialty pharmacy, filter dynamically to identify actionable opportunities, develop and manage campaigns to increase revenue and gross margins, and quantify business case for additional resources and strategic initiatives to overcome payer and manufacturer blocks.

“We are delighted to work alongside a prestigious organization like University of Michigan Health to accelerate their specialty pharmacy growth and patient care with our data analytics,” says Neil Smiley, CEO of Loopback Analytics.

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