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MedSavvy Pharmacists are Online and Available to Help

MedSavvy Pharmacists are Online and Available to Help You During COVID-19

Our fellow pharmacists in hospitals, clinics, and community pharmacies are overwhelmed right now. MedSavvy can help you during this COVID-19 health emergency. If you are a MedSavvy customer (your health plan or employer pays for MedSavvy), our services are free to you. Here's how we can help you!

MedSavvy Critically Evaluates the COVID-19 Drugs in the News

MedSavvy Critically Evaluates the COVID-19 Drugs in the News

At this time, there are no FDA approved medications or vaccines that specifically treat or prevent COVID-19Globally, more than 100 clinical trials are underway to test possible treatments against SARS-CoV-2. MedSavvy pharmacists have evaluated the research on the following: chloroquine phosphate, hydroxychloroquine, favilavir, Kaletra tablet and remdesivir.

How MedSavvy is Helping Regence’s Employer Clients Control Overall Healthcare Costs & Medication Adherence

How MedSavvy is Helping Regence BlueCross BlueShield’s Employer Clients Control Overall Healthcare Costs & Medication Adherence—

MedSavvy talks to Wisam Younis, PharmD, a clinical pharmacist from Regence BlueCross BlueShield, about engaging health plan members. Dr. Younis explains, “These programs do provide an ROI, but it’s vitally important the employees are engaged in order to receive value."

How MedSavvy is Helping Advanced Benefit’s Employer Clients and their Employees Control Medication Costs and Effectiveness

How MedSavvy is Helping Advanced Benefit’s Employer Clients and their Employees Control Medication Costs and Effectiveness—

Courtney Schwagler is a Benefit Consultant with Advanced Benefits in Idaho. When seeking prescription benefits, her clients' primary concern is the rising cost of medications. According to Courtney, “They’re seeing six to seven-digit annual price tags on drugs, but they also want to make sure their members can still access these medications.”  For example, she recently received a question from a member, “Do you think I can still get my DME (Durable Medical Equipment), if I go to Canada to buy my insulin, because I can't afford it anymore?”. 

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