All the stresses brought forth from COVID-19 may have you worried about your employees’ mental health. MedSavvy can help ease some of those stressors for both you and your employees.Our online pharmacist consulting feature can answer their questions and help them make medication changes. Our pharmacists can even call a doctor on their behalf.
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Recently, the national and local news has been talking about certain drugs that are in initial clinical trials to potentially treat COVID-19. Now, pharmacies across the country going out-of-stock of those medications and the people who use them to treat existing chronic conditions can't get them. MedSavvy's position is that the current evidence is promising, but insufficient to support use of certain medications.
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!
At this time, there are no FDA approved medications or vaccines that specifically treat or prevent COVID-19. Globally, 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.
While it is currently unclear if there will be medication shortages due to COVID-19, MedSavvy is here to help when your employees are having a hard time getting the medication they need.