Pharmacy Services

We are focused on meeting your individual practice needs by providing high quality prescription medications for your patients at the lowest cost to the payer. Our goal is to develop long-lasting partnerships with insurance carriers, pharmacy benefit managers, and claims benefit managers so as to provide the highest level of service with significant cost savings.

New CDC guideline will help improve care, reduce risks

Among the 12 recommendations in the Guideline, there are three principles that are especially important to improving patient care and safety.

On average, 115 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose.1

Nonopioid therapy is preferred for chronic pain outside of active cancer, palliative, and end-of-life care.
When opioids are used, the lowest possible effective dosage should be prescribed to reduce risks of opioid use disorder and overdose.
Clinicians should always exercise caution when prescribing opioids and monitor all patients closely.

1 Wide-ranging online data for epidemiologic research (WONDER). Atlanta, GA: CDC, National Center for Health Statistics; 2017. Available at

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Guidline For Prescribing Opioids For Chronic Pain

Durable Medical Equipment (DME)

Durable Medical Equipment (DME)

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) services providing customized solutions for the treatment of your patients’ musculoskeletal and neurologic injuries. From orthotic braces to neuromuscular electrotherapy, we can play an integral role in supporting your treatment plan with products tailored to meet the specific needs of your patients.

We understand that a physician’s primary responsibility is to their patients and to provide the most extensive and advanced care possible. Insight Medical Partners’ strategies maintain patient focus and optimize patient outcomes.
The core belief of our pharmacy has always been to do our part to reduce and limit the amount of opioid prescriptions.

We focus on working with physicians who share this core belief by educating their patients and providing primarily non-opioid medications.