dataQ™ 3.0 – Empowerment through robust, accurate data
  • Pharmacies make live updates to their information for greater accuracy of data and claims processing
  • Health Plans and other payers troubleshoot and resolve rejected claims
  • Sales and Marketing engage in outreach to the pharmacy industry through validated and current contact information

NCPDP is committed to providing its subscribers with the most verified and credible pharmacy database in the industry.

Unequivocal credibility
Every day, dataQ 3.0 helps payers across the healthcare industry to enhance productivity, reduce costs and improve their bottom line.

In fact, NCPDP is the only EFI (Electronic File Interchange) organization certified by CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) to electronically obtain NPI (National Provider Identifier) numbers for authorizing pharmacies, and maintain them within the federal government’s NPPES (National Plan and Provider Enumeration System). Nothing speaks more strongly to NCPDP’s reputation for accuracy and credibility than this. If the federal government trusts NCPDP for its pharmacy information needs, along with hundreds of subscriber organizations, large and small, private and public – why wouldn’t you?

How can we empower YOU today?
NCPDP’s dataQ 3.0 pharmacy database is much more than verified contact information for pharmacies. From downloadable certification and tax documentation to relationship and payment center details, it is the most robust data available on the market, offering tremendous standard and custom reporting capabilities.

Contact us today and we’ll get down to specifics on how dataQ 3.0 can empower your space.

Phone:
     480.477.1000

 
 

National Council for Prescription Drug Programs: Manage, Share, & Alert
HCIdea

NCPDP's HCIdeaLookup.org houses almost every piece of data needed for claims processing, all in one easy-to-use tool.

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Watch the Demo - See just how easy it is to search for and view details for our quality database of nationwide prescribers (requires flash player).

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