You. First. Always.
Navigating the world of prescriptions and healthcare can be complicated, confusing, time-consuming, and defeating. We knew there was a better, easier, more efficient, and more inspiring way.
So we created it, by putting you and your needs first.
Your prescription is sent by your doctor to Blue Sky Specialty Pharmacy and a benefits investigation is completed upon arrival
If a prior authorization is required, we will assist your doctor’s office with the approval process
(This typically takes 3-5 business days)
Once the prior authorization is complete, we will notify you and your doctor’s office of your prescription status
Approved: We will be contacting you regarding the medication copay cost and to confirm shipment details
Denied: We will be contacting you regarding the next steps to be taken as well as contacting your doctor’s office and providing them with potential alternative medications your insurance may prefer and will refer to their decision on how to proceed
Patient Journey Feed
Our easy-to-use Patient Journey Feed is designed to empower and connect you, so you’ll know as soon as your prescription is approved, filled, and on its way to you. And, you’ll be able to effortlessly engage with your care team, check your status, track your shipment , and manage your health.
The Patient Journey Feed is a HIPAA compliant secure way to communicate with us that gives you the ability to track your prescription status in real time.
- When Blue Sky receives your prescription, we will send you a text message introducing you into our no-cost Patient Feed program
- Click on the blueskyspecialtypharmacy.com link to initiate the program
- Once you verify your name and date of birth, you will be able to use your Patient Feed to track the status of your prescription in real time.
- Messages to Expect:
Prescription Status | Prior Authorization Status | Shipment Notifications & Tracking | New Prescription Confirmations | Transfer Notification | Refill Reminders
Serving All Specialties
- Hepatitis C
- Crohns Disease/UC