You walk into your doctor’s office, and he tells you to take a specific medicine.
But once you tell your doctor to send your prescription to a pharmacy what happens from there?
Every day, there are more than 782,675 prescription drugs being filled at pharmacies all across New York City every single day.
And the reality is that most New Yorkers don’t know what happens once a prescription is sent to the pharmacy.
Is a pharmacy just a place where medicines are stored, and all the pharmacy staff needs to do is just hand it to you?
What due diligence does Medly do when an eRx (electronic prescription) comes into the pharmacy?
How does Medly actually get the best price for a drug on the market?
We don’t know what goes on in the thousands of pharmacies in New York City, but today’s infographic goes inside the step-by-step process the Medly team goes to ensure that you get the correct drug, at the best price, in the most efficient time possible.
Let’s dive in!
“Every day, there are more than 782,675 prescription drugs being filled at pharmacies all across New York City every single day.”