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Telepharmacy Services

New Mobile Health Program Offers Pharmacy Access Through a Kiosk

June 6, 2018 - A mobile health program being tested in Arizona will use kiosks to connect consumers to pharmacy services, including prescription-filling and video access to a pharmacist. Six kiosks developed by MedAvail have been deployed in public locations – including grocery stores, pharmacies and clinics - in Phoenix and Tuscon through a partnership with Express Scripts. Called MedCenters,...


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Telepharmacy, or the practice of using telemedicine to help patients administer their medications, helped diabetics in rural care settings significantly reduce weight, glycated hemoglobin (A1c) measures, and low-density lipoprotein (LDL)...

Telepharmacies Give Providers a Growing Rx for Success

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In rural communities across the country, it’s often more difficult to find a pharmacist than it is to find a doctor. Now healthcare providers are using telemedicine platforms to create telepharmacy networks and bring the pharmacist...

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