Prescriber's Choice is the difference between taking an active role versus a passive approach to your patient’s care

We are dedicated to making it practical for physicians to practice effectively and unencumbered.

The Prescriber's Choice model*

Prescriber's Choice is a complete resource for physician point-of-care preparation and dispensing of customized medications. Prescriber's Choice physician members personalize medicine in office and dispense for patients' specific needs.

Improve Patient Care & Satisfaction

Increase Patient Compliance

Eliminate Prior Authorization

Customizable Formulation

Private Label

Keep Prescription Revenue In-House

Patent Pending Protected System

*The Prescriber's Choice model contemplates a contract between Prescriber's Choice, the physician's practice, and Sincerus Florida, a registered FDA 503B outsourcing facility.

Why allow the well-being of your patient to be determined by a disinterested 3rd party payor?

The ability to create a customized medication/formulation may be the most powerful tool available to you as a physician! Get started today

How does it work?

Prescriber's Choice brings a unique approach to physician dispensing. For the first time, you will be able to provide your patient with a customized solution that can be distributed at the point of care. Prescriber's Choice was created to assist physicians with their patients by improving, patient education, compliance, and ultimately enhanced outcomes.

Sign Up
Sign Up

Contact one of our team members for a free consultation, site evaluation and easily sign your practice up for our prescription management services.

Start Dispensing
Start Dispensing

Start dispensing your own custom labeled proprietary formulations, directly from your in-house lab. You can be dispensing in as little as 1-3 weeks.

Increased Care
Increased Care

Providing customized solutions at the time of visit, you will increase understanding, compliance, outcomes and overall patient satisfaction.

Reduce Costs
Reduce Costs

This model reduces overall costs and the burden on the healthcare system.

Doctors are burdened with administrative tasks in their practice, generated by the insurance companies. While most of these issues are money- and time-related, there is a task that directly affects the care of the patient - prior authorizations.

Physician costs for interacting with insurance companies and health plans add up to $37 billion annually. Most of this is associated with prior authorizations and formulary requirements.

Practices spend up to 20 hours a week on prior authorization requests alone. These practices spend as much time dealing with insurance companies, as they spend on everything else combined.

70% of patients who encounter prior authorization, do not receive the originally prescribed medication, but rather a substitution.

Specialty medications have limited or NO substitutions. From 2013 to 2015, the amount of medication that required prior authorization quadrupled.

what was once called a prescription pad is now more of a "suggestion pad."


Johnson, Carolyn Y. (2015, November 25) Why treating acne and rashes is getting so expensive. The Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2015/11/25/its-not-just-cancer-drugs-dermatology-drug-prices-are-soaring-too/ as attributed to Mark Lebwohl, MD chairman of the Department of Dermatology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (NY).

America has an issue with medication non-adherence. Research indicates that patients receiving their medication at the time of their visit, are much more likely to follow doctor's instructions.

1 out of 3 first time prescriptions are never filled!

75% of patients don't take their medicine as directed!

Drugs don’t work in patients who don’t take them.

C. Everett Koop, MD Surgeon General of the United States