Early in the planning process of Project Access, Central Plains Regional Health Care Foundation leaders approached the president of the United Way of the Plains.
Prior to the launch of Project Access, a missing component was prescription medication funding.
The involvement of pharmacists began when the MSSC contacted Prescription Network of Kansas (PNK), a pharmacy benefits management company.
Project Access bears an obligation to a whole community of people: patients, funders, health care providers, governments, taxpayers— to ensure that funding is spent efficiently and effectively.
Project Access is a successful program that has reached maturity.