January 3, 2017 – Atlanta, Georgia – One of the nation’s largest independent 340B specialty pharmacies, Curant Health, announces the launch of seven 340B clinic partnerships in January 1, 2017:

  • Family Centers Health Care – Greenwich, Connecticut
  • Florida Department of Health, Lee County – Fort Myers, Florida
  • Florida Department of Health, Palm Beach County – West Palm Beach, Florida
  • UCONN Health Center ID Clinic – Farmington, Connecticut
  • UF CARES/Rainbow Center – Jacksonville, Florida
  • University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita, Kansas
  • Valley Healthcare Systems – Columbus, Georgia

Based on its successful personalized medication management programs proven to increase adherence by 69%, reduce hospital readmissions by 86% and improve patient outcomes, Curant Health is also expanding PrEP services for Valley AIDS Council in Harlingen, Texas.

“When we increase our 340B partnerships, we improve lives and expand care where it is desperately needed,” said Patrick Dunham, CEO of Curant Health. “When our partner clinics open new locations, add new specialties and staff and are able to provide additional medication and critical care for their patients with chronic diseases, we know our focus works.”

Curant Health provides personalized healthcare with proven results, pharmacy fulfillment and enhanced medication therapy management (MTM) services for over 230 340B covered entities and holds a Pharmacy Star Rating of 4.65 out of 5.

About Curant Health

The team of healthcare experts at Curant Health provide individualized, patient-centered services proven to deliver improved health outcomes including individualized medication management therapies and continuous, consistent patient care, education and support. These programs dramatically lower the cost to treat chronic, high-expense conditions including HIV, HCV, diabetes and others. Recognized four times as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies by Inc. Magazine, Curant was also one of 10 finalists in Microsoft’s Excellence in Innovation competition for its development and deployment of its EMR system, MedPlan.