Jane Pauley Community Health Center and AndHealth Celebrate Ribbon Cutting of Retail + Specialty Pharmacy, Improving Community Access to Medication

COLUMBUS, OH – Jane Pauley Community Health Center (JPCHC) and AndHealth will celebrate the opening of JPCHC’s retail and specialty pharmacy on May 8th, 2024. The ribbon cutting marks the expansion of pharmacy services where patients can access prescription, specialty, and over-the-counter medications, regardless of insurance coverage or income.

JPCHC’s in-house specialty pharmacy services are powered by a partnership with AndHealth, an Ohio-based healthcare company that helps CHCs radically improve access and outcomes to specialty care. Hoosiers can now fill their specialty prescriptions directly through JPCHC’s specialty pharmacy, where affordable specialty medications are available to all patients under JPCHC’s sliding fee scale.

“At Jane Pauley Community Health Center, we have always maintained a focus on providing whole-person care to the communities we serve. Our patients can now access a comprehensive suite of services that include our low-cost pharmacy services, primary and specialty care, as well as behavioral health, dental services, pediatrics, OB/GYN, food pantries, and community resource navigation assistance and language services – all regardless of insurance status,” said Jane Pauley Community Health Center CEO Marc Hackett.

JPCHC’s ribbon cutting will take place at its 16th street location at 3:00 P.M. on May 8th with remarks by Mayor Joe Hogsett, JPCHC CEO Marc Hackett, and AndHealth CEO Matt Scantland, and Aaron Knapp, JPCHC Director of Pharmacy Operations.

Jane Pauley CHC Save The Date Ribbon Cutting

About Jane Pauley Community Health Center

Jane Pauley Community Health Center offers quality healthcare and support that central Indiana families can count on, with or without insurance. Services range from primary, pediatric, OB/GYN, and specialty healthcare, as well as pharmacy services and dental healthcare across 10 locations in Marion, Madison, Hancock, and Shelby Counties. With a mission of “caring for our communities,” free support is also offered for insurance sign-ups, language interpreters, onsite food pantries and more.

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About AndHealth

AndHealth helps Community Health Centers (CHCs) radically improve access and outcomes for patients in specialty care and specialty pharmacy, while becoming an even larger and more clinically integrated part of our healthcare system. This Whole-Person Community Care Model provides everything CHCs need to deliver in-house specialty care and specialty pharmacy, built for the unique needs of our medically underserved populations.

The model provides CHCs with more patients, more clinical capabilities, alignment with health systems, and sustainable reimbursement and funding that restores the integrity of the patient’s medical home and their critical reimbursement model—both having shifted away from CHCs through external specialty referrals and contract pharmacies. In restoring this integrity, CHCs can tear down barriers to care and stretch scarce federal resources to reach more patients with comprehensive services that weren’t possible before and that are desperately needed by patients.

Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, AndHealth is led by former CoverMyMeds co-founder and CEO Matt Scantland and the team that built Ohio’s first healthcare technology unicorn, who have dedicated their lives to transformative innovation that improves access for patients. AndHealth is supported by key investors including the American Medical Association’s innovation subsidiary, Francisco Partners, and the state of Ohio’s economic development organization.

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