Study Results Create Compelling Coverage Opportunity

Before LPV

Concern over medication safety

was a primary barrier to patient enrollment


Had medication missing

from regular bottle

After LPV

Impact of LPV on MAT enrollment

barrier and medication security



Had medication missing

Increase in feeling safe

with LPV

Data from a recent study indicates that locking vial dispensing for MAT/MOUD is a clinical must-have. Locking vials were proven to alleviate provider concerns over diversion and reduced the top three barriers to patient enrollment in MAT, which generates a 74% 12 month reduction in acute care utilization by the patient and compelling coverage economics. The results have led to national media coverage in Pharmacy Times, Becker’s Hospital Review, and other publications, and a Model Practice Designation by NACCHO.

LPV Impact on Patient Enrollment Barriers

Post-Treatment Utilization Decrease

“100% of providers surveyed were in support of using a locking prescription vial for controlled substances as a means of safe storage.”
– JOHN AHLER, RPh. Pharmacy Director, Lower Lights Christian Health Center

Provider Concern Over Medication Safety

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