Posts Tagged ‘PillPack’

What Has Helped Our Healthcare Clients Most Rapidly Respond to COVID-19

When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, the reality quickly became apparent that many healthcare organizations were ill-equipped to fight the COVID-19 battle. Healthcare has been stretched to new limits in inpatient volume, equipment shortages, and the sheer number of calls, emails, and inquiries coming from the patients/members, media, and government. So what has helped healthcare clients […]

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[Guide] Digital Health Jump Starts: Build Payor/Provider Resilience During COVID-19

COVID-19 appears certain to be a long-term challenge, with successive, overlapping waves of surge and retreat. Healthcare providers and payors remain immersed in the pandemic. Deaths and hospital admissions are well above normal levels, requiring emergency response measures to manage and care for thousands of patients. Many questions, nuanced by geographic and demographic considerations remain: […]

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Patient Portal + PillPack Integration Uplifts Medication Adherence, Payor-Member Relationships

It’s well known that patients’ day-to-day behavior greatly impacts their health outcomes. Yet one of the most common, impactful interventions for better health – the consistent use of prescribed medications – is met with striking shortfalls. Progressive health insurance organizations recognize this gap coupled with member expectations for digital connectedness: interactions that simplify day-to-day tasks, […]

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Medication Deliveries During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With 150 million Americans living with at least one chronic illness, ready access to medications – delivered on time and to the front door – has become all the more critical as communities grapple with COVID-19. In response to the pandemic, insurers are supporting members’ concerns by allowing them to increase their medication supply through […]

The Uber Of Pharmacies

  I’ve been taking omeprazole for at least 10 years. Every day. Sometimes more than one day…but only by accident. I didn’t like the fact that I couldn’t remember whether I took a pill in the morning, which would sometimes lead me to take an additional pill that may have not been necessary. That’s why […]