Today, you leave your doctor’s office with questions about your medications and your care.
With Stellus Rx, you speak to a pharmacist before you even leave your doctor’s office.
Today, you wait and wonder as your pharmacy and doctor jump through separate hoops before you can get your medication.
With Stellus Rx, your provider and pharmacist work as a team to answer all your questions … including exact medication costs and what to expect.
Today, you have no ongoing contact with your pharmacist. And your physician stays in the dark about how you’re doing
With Stellus Rx, your provider and pharmacist continue to collaborate to ensure seamless care delivery.
Today, your pharmacist asks if you have questions, and you reflexively say no to keep the interaction as short as possible.
With Stellus Rx, your pharmacy team seeks to know you, so they can work alongside you to remove your health barriers.
Today, you search the internet first (and sometimes exclusively) for answers about any changes in your health.
With Stellus Rx, you work with clinical experts who know what’s unique about you and can guide you through any changes that might affect your medications and your health.
Today, you struggle on your own to coordinate and organize your daily medications.
With Stellus Rx, receive pre-packaged medications and aligned refills, delivered directly to you.
Today, you wait on hold with your medication questions or avoid calling altogether.
With Stellus Rx, secure, app-based messaging means you can always reach your pharmacy team to get questions answered.
Today, you’re barely a number to pharmacists who work under such time pressure that they hardly have time to use the bathroom.
With Stellus Rx, your personal pharmacist takes time to understand you and make sure your medication plan fits your individual health and life circumstances.
Today, if you hear from your pharmacy again, it’s likely only via an automated robocall or text message.
With Stellus Rx, members of your pharmacy team check in with you regularly and advocate for you with your physician if something needs to change.