Imprimis’ Ophthalmic Sales Grow 105 Percent in Q1-2017

May 12, 2017: By Jon Swedien

Imprimis’ ophthalmology-related sales in Q1-2017 totaled $3.7 million, a 105 percent increase over Q1-2016, the San Diego-based company reported May 10.

The company’s total revenues for Q1-2017 were $6.1 million, a 39 percent increase compared with Q1-2016, said Imprimis, a pharmaceutical company focused on increasing patient access and affordability to critical medicines.

Imprimis said its total sales for March were the highest monthly revenues recorded in the company’s history and represented a significant increase over previous months.

CEO Mark Baum attributed some of the company’s recent success to its US FDA-registered outsourcing facility—which began shipping products in February—that allows customers to order products without specific prescription information, enabling them to have an inventory of Imprimis products on hand.

Baum said sales were also bolstered because Imprimis had five ophthalmic formulations come online in March.

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