Now that we’re settled into the new house and have found our doctors, the next step was for us to find a pharmacy for all of our prescriptions to transfer. I signed up at Walgreens.com and did a pharmacy chat to learn more.
My oldest son and I have prescriptions that need to be filled monthly and I also have occasional eczema that flairs up occasionally that I have a Rx for. Since #WalgreensRX is everywhere, it’s a safe bet to sign up with them and have them in our history so that if we move one more time in the next year, all we have to do is have the prescriptions go to a different location.
Signing up online was extremely easy and done within a couple of minutes.
After I put in my personal information, I was given the option of transferring our prescriptions. Since we only have a few it was easy to have them to enter.
Once our information was entered, I wanted to try out the Walgreens App because I like getting things done fast and easy. Imagine, ordering your Rx just by scanning a barcode?!
I wasn’t sure which would be the quickest and easiest method of getting a Rx refilled so I jumped on a chat at Walgreens.com and ended up chatting with a Pharmacy Technician. He told me when he uses the App, it takes about 5 minutes for the pharmacy to receive it. lol Crazy fast and exactly what I need.
Since I have ADD, having a quick way to order my prescription or my son’s prescription is important. Thankfully the school nurse calls when she gets down to about a week of medication left and gives me a chance to get his Rx refilled. Thanks to #CollectiveBias I'm was able to put all of this into action!
Monday, January 27, 2014
Do you have all of your Rxs in one place?
Words Woven by Mimi B at 6:17 PM