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Impiricus uses a blend of AI and a live in person team to create the ultimate assistant for your practice
Stop fighting insurance companies – submit an access request and we’ll coordinate with the patient, specialty pharmacies, and manufacturers to get your patients on therapy for the lowest copay possible.
Our application is completely HIPAA and SOC2 complaint. Patient information is kept secure while easily accessed by you and your practice team.
The Impiricus Resource Hub allows you to access samples and more patient specific resources to help bridge them to therapy.
Have an idea? We’ll help you build it. Join Impiricus and get access to our development engine and we’ll help bring your ideas into life.
New indications, coverage updates, and FDA approval information delivered to your phone in short form, bite sized educational pieces.
See all your open and closed requests and a timeline of activity for each request.
It’s simple and makes sense – taking the burden out of working with the many people outside of our practice and connecting us with the resources that help our patients get the medicines they need
Impiricus has transformed my practice with their patient assistance support. I’ve been able to get patients medications that insurance was charging hundreds of dollars a month without any burden for my team or staff
Five Star Ratings
Our servers and web application are completely HIPAA complaint and
password protection. To ensure patient safety and security, any SMS
messages are deidentified to optimize HIPAA compliance.
Currently, the application does not support EMR integration however we will
be integrated with the top EMR’s in early 2022.
Our virtual assistant can utilize our language line support to help coordinate
with patients who speak over 240 different languages.
There are no usage limits for you and your practice.
Impiricus is currently free for physicians. We may build premium features in
the future provide additional support however our goal is to create as much
free value for physicians as possible.