We realize that medication management is a very complicated part of your care and we want to do everything we can help you avoid missing your doses, not being able to get your medications refilled on time or getting a late notice from your pharmacy or insurance plan that you are behind on your refills.
We know that taking your medications correctly may prevent hospitalizations and maintain or improve your health. This means taking medication in the correct amount, at the right time, for as long as directed by your provider. It also means filling your prescriptions on time, so you don’t run out.
If you don’t take your medications as directed, they may not be as effective and could lead to other serious, more costly health problems.
Have Questions About Your Meds?
Please talk with your provider at AgeWell if you have questions or concerns about your medications. We don’t want you to stop an important medication that leads to complications in your health condition or a stay in the hospital that could have been avoided.
We do not recommend that you share your medications with another family member or use their medication to save on cost. We want to know If you can’t afford your medications. We can discuss other medication alternatives.
We want to know if you are experiencing unpleasant side effects that might keep you from taking your medications as directed. We will work to find a medication alternative that works for you.
Talk to Your Pharmacy
Please check with your pharmacy to see if you can get a 3-month supply of your medications so you don’t have to get refills as often. We are happy to work with your pharmacy to arrange a 3-month supply of your medication for your next refill.
Please consider checking with your pharmacy or prescription drug plan to sign up for mail order programs or see if there is a home delivery option that can help you get your medication refills on time.