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.
References in periodicals archive ?
As the result of a settlement in a similar lawsuit against Anthem Blue Cross, patients with HIV/AIDS may now opt-out of Anthem Blue Cross's mail-order pharmacy program.
Thus even if they try to send the order to a mail-order pharmacy electronically, it often comes in as a fax anyway.
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.
About the Survey: The survey was conducted by MENTORx on behalf of the National Community Pharmacists Association to survey the attitudes of Medicare-eligible Americans toward the implementation of mandatory mail-order pharmacy services in their prescription benefit plans.
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.
Negotiations have begun for approximately 800 members at Medco's mail-order pharmacy in Columbus and for approximately 300 call center workers in Tampa.
4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For the third consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente's mail-order pharmacy was ranked highest in customer satisfaction by the J.
Medco illegally locked out approximately 500 pharmacy technicians and support staff on April 5, 2006 at its Las Vegas mail-order pharmacy.
OTC: HEWA) a leading VIPPS accredited retail mail-order pharmacy, today announced that Lalit Dhadphale, president and CEO of HealthWarehouse.
In addition, PolyMedica provides its patients with a full range of prescription medications through Liberty's mail-order pharmacy.
Mail-order pharmacy users were more likely than local pharmacy users to have a financial incentive to fill their prescriptions by mail (49.