Medical personnels who assist individuals in manage prescribed medications contribute to an individual’s overall improvement in their quality of life, as well as ensure the safety of the patient.
In the long run, patients tend to experience decreased medical costs in the form of fewer emergency room visits and hospitalizations, that are usually caused by incorrect dosing or neglecting to take prescribed medications. This service is usually effective with senior patients and developmentally disabled patients. Simply using an over-the-counter reminder device is sufficient in making sure they take their medications as prescribed, but in other cases, more advanced, consistent reminders is necessary.
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Can my prescriber make changes to my medications over the phone?
I lost my prescription or my prescription was stolen. What should I do?
Controlled substances (such as benzodiazepines and stimulants) – In most cases, you will be required to obtain a urine drug screen, and in cases of theft, a police report. Duplicate scripts will be provided at the prescriber’s discretion and will incur a charge.
What is a drug-drug interaction?
I am not really interested in therapy but I need medication management. Is this available?
Why did my prescriber only give me a 30 day supply of a medication with no refills?
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