Allergy Ancillary Revenue Streams

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Your One Source For Ancillary Services www.ancillarymedsolutions.com Provide patients with treatment solutions TREAT research project - I.R.B. approved Adult and pediatric treatment options Opportunity to participate in an allergy research trial Requires a minimum of 10 commercial insurance patients per month for allergy testing Generate $2000 to $18000 in revenue each month 20% of the population in the U.S. suffer with allergies with 30% of adults and 40% of children suffering. TREAT your patients by participating in the TREAT allergy study. Allergy Research Study Average Monthly Revenue Increase $2,000 To $18,000 Get Started Today!

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  • Your One Source For Ancillary Services

    www.ancillarymedsolutions.com

    Provide patients with treatment solutions TREAT research project - I.R.B. approved Adult and pediatric treatment options Opportunity to participate in an allergy research trial Requires a minimum of 10 commercial insurance patients per month for allergy testing Generate $2000 to $18000 in revenue each month

    20% of the population in the U.S. suffer with allergies with 30% of adults and 40% of children suffering. TREAT your patients by participating in the TREAT allergy study.

    Allergy Research Study

    Average Monthly Revenue Increase

    $2,000 To

    $18,000 Get Started Today!

  • www.ancillarymedsolutions.com

    How it works CHOOSE Blood work or in office testing In office testing payable by insurance and Medicare In office provides an alternate revenue stream Average $300 profit from testing CHOOSE from our comprehensive treatment solutions TOPICAL TREATMENT Anti-histamine or Immunotherapy topical 2 study optionsTREAT 1 and TREAT 2 I.R.B. approved research study 10 patients per month provide $2000 in revenue each month Maximum revenue PER provider is $18000 per

    month across the 2 studies Full training provided Ages 6 to 64 Pediatric solution Monthly then quarterly surveys by patient Commercial insurance required

    Sub Lingual Treatment typically requires 1 to 2 years No patient minimums Universal prescription and evolving Subcutaneous treatment also available