Learn simple ways to create organizational systems into your daily routine to get the most benefit from your drug therapy.
Learn how to move a prescription from one pharmacy to another with this step-by-step guide from ScriptSave WellRx.
Check out the latest story from CBS News – New York for the latest interview with ScriptSave’s own Dan Johnson.
Dan Johnson, Vice President of Network Technology at ScriptSave, was recently asked to show off the ScriptSave WellRx app at a local grocery store in Phoenix, AZ.
Outside of prescription medication, these are 3 valuable ways to improve mental health. Incorporating these changes along with your medication can also increase their effectiveness.
Narcan nasal spray is intended for use by people who are experiencing an opioid overdose or are showing signs of opioid overdose.
Benzer Pharmacy Holding, LLC announced today they will partner with ScriptSave® to provide their customers ScriptSave WellRx Premier, which offers discounts on prescription medications, medicine adherence tools, and drug interaction alerts.
If you are using one of these inhalers or have been told that your inhaler contains a steroid in it, you will need to rinse your mouth with water and spit after each use.
More than $10 billion dollars of savings, as the company marks its Silver Anniversary with the release of a brand new module that can assist patients with their grocery choices and find healthier alternatives.
by Ryan Lowe, PharmD Candidate, University of Arizona The More Medications, The Merrier? Have you ever heard of the term “polypharmacy” before? When you break that word down you get “poly”, which means multiple, and “pharmacy”, which means medications. Polypharmacy is defined as the use of multiple drugs, or more than are medically necessary.1 Depending […]
With the growing legalization of marijuana, which has been approved for recreational use in 10 states and for medical use in 33 states, there’s naturally a lot of buzz around the medical benefits. Emerging research suggests it may be a safer substitute for opioids to treat pain. But what about potential drug interactions?
According to a study from the CDC, the percent of patients taking both insulin and an oral medication increased between 1997 and 2011.