Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN)

Overview


In early 2014, CCNC created the Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network (CPESN) in order to provide additional capacity for delivery of medication management services to the population in greatest need. Community pharmacy is an ideal setting of care for delivery of these services, as NC Medicaid claims data indicate that the portion of the population most in need of medication management visits the pharmacy > 35 times annually. Consistent with CCNC’s other Pharmacy Programs, the goal of the CPESN is to improve quality of care and patient outcomes related to medication use, thereby improving the patient’s overall health trajectory and the total cost of care. The CPESN is an open network which includes 153 NC pharmacies as of 4/1/2015.


The CPESN is part of a 3-year grant funded by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) to test payment reform in community pharmacies for Medicaid, Medicare, dually eligible Medicare-Medicaid, and NC Health Choice beneficiaries by using a collaborative care model where community pharmacy is part of the medical home care team.


In partnership with CCNC, CPESN pharmacies will provide enhanced pharmacy services that are above and beyond prescription dispensing and basic patient education. Services such as synchronization of a patient’s chronic medication fill dates, adherence monitoring and coaching, compliance packaging, and home delivery are some of the services offered by many CPESN pharmacies. Pharmacies participating in the grant additionally offer comprehensive medication review, care plan development and reinforcement, and longitudinal follow up as core services.


Here is a list of CPESN pharmacies in your network:


Community Care of Wake and Johnston Counties
Pharmacy Phone Fax
AllCare Pharmacy Services, LLC 919-772-5878 919-772-5878
Beddingfield Drugs 919-553-6224 919-553-7805
Carroll Pharmacy 919-934-7164 919-934-0921
Falls River Pharmacy, LLC 919-844-2055 919-844-2054
Hayes Barton Pharmacy, Inc. 919-832-4641 919-832-0291
Health Park Pharmacy, LLC 919-847-7645 919-847-7641
Holly Park Pharmacy 919-865-9993 919-865-9998
Josefs Pharmacy, LLC 919-212-2555 919-212-2550
Kenly Drug & Pharmacy, Inc 919-284-2333 919-284-2712
Medicap Pharmacy 919-676-6161 919-676-6575
Morrisville Pharmacy 919-463-7990 919-463-7992
PSP Pharmacy 919-250-7878 919-250-9368
Realo Discount Drugs - Clayton 919-359-9164 919-359-9172
Realo Discount Drugs - Fuquay Varina 919-346-7249 919-552-6017
Village Pharmacy of Wake Forest 919-556-2757 919-556-2757
Wendell Drug 919-365-8800 919-365-8800
Zebulon Drug 919-269-8800 919-269-7481

For a list of CPESN pharmacies participating statewide, please click here


How do I get one of my patients plugged into the services of a CPESN pharmacy?

Providers may directly refer patients to these pharmacies when they identify a need for enhanced services or an in-depth review of the current medication regimen. Referrals may be made telephonically directly to the pharmacy or through your CCNC network. For a comprehensive list of enhanced services offered please click here.


Where do I get more information?

For more information about this program or with making a CPESN referral, please feel free to contact your local CCNC network pharmacists for assistance:


Cheryl Viracola, PharmD
CCWJC Pharmacy Programs Coordinator
Ph: 919-792-3661

cviracola@wakedocs.org
Angela McGee, PharmD
CCWJC Pharmacy Team Lead
Ph: 919-792-3664

amcgee@wakedocs.org
Stephanie Craycroft, PharmD
CCWJC Clinical Pharmacist
Ph: 919-792-3672

scraycroft@wakedocs.org