mail-order pharmacy

mail-order pharmacy

A pharmacy which fills faxed, emailed or phoned prescriptions, sending the drug products to a distant client in a matter of days.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-May 23, 2013-Humana Inc to inaugurate mail-order pharmacy facility in Irving in August, creating up to 620 new jobs(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
M2 PHARMA-May 23, 2013-Humana Inc to inaugurate mail-order pharmacy facility in Irving in August, creating up to 620 new jobs(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Thus even if they try to send the order to a mail-order pharmacy electronically, it often comes in as a fax anyway.
The Florida Pharmacy Association has filed a complaint claiming the state is unconstitutionally attempting to direct Medicaid recipients with chronic diseases to get their maintenance medications via a mail-order pharmacy program.
Ask your insurance company if you have a mail-order pharmacy benefit.
In the mail-order pharmacy category, Prescription Solutions Inc.
Our prescription-drug program has managed-care features, too, including strong economic incentives to use a mail-order pharmacy after the first refill of a prescription.
Our study provides convincing evidence that mail-order pharmacy would be one way to help improve adherence for patients with chronic diseases.
NEW YORK -- Mail-order pharmacy has been a bone of contention for retail pharmacy operators, and the rumbling grows as mail order takes an increasingly bigger chunk of the prescription pie.
WASHINGTON -- Mail-order pharmacy is the fastest-growing segment of the retail pharmacy business, largely because of its reputation for filling patients' prescriptions at the lowest-possible price.
We already have mail-order pharmacy customers in Alaska who know about our low prices, safety, reliability and the privacy aspects of doing business with us," said Matthew Stepka, vice president of pharmacy.
NEW YORK -- The rift between mail-order pharmacy and retailers continues to widen, with the former touting the savings it says its services can offer and the latter--particularly independent pharmacies--challenging the fairness of a health care system that does not offer a level playing field as it pertains to drug acquisition costs.