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RxWiki,TeleManager Technologies form new company

February 2, 2017HME News Staff

AUSTIN, Texas - RxWiki, a digital health company, has merged with TeleManager Technologies, a communication solutions company, to form Digital Pharmacist. Digital Health's platform enables pharmacies and patients to communicate via phone, web or text to fill prescriptions, set reminder alerts, learn about their health conditions or ask the pharmacist questions. RxWiki in December signed a five-year renewal with the National Community Pharmacists Association to offer association members access to...

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Program has prescription for success

January 27, 2017Kelly Bothum

Community pharmacies are doing more these days than just filling prescriptions. They're  offering immunizations, lab testing, educational classes and other services that reflect the growing role of pharmacies as part of the healthcare team.But their customers, who are increasingly going online for guidance with their healthcare decisions, aren't always aware of what's available. A recent agreement between the National Community Pharmacists Association and RxWiki, a digital health company, aims...

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NCPA agreement offers digital benefits to members

December 14, 2016HME News Staff

ALEXANDRIA, Va. - The National Community Pharmacists Association has extended its partnership with RxWiki, a digital health company. The five-year agreement allows RxWiki to continue offering NCPA members benefits like an annual digital health check; content and a newsfeed to power social media or email marketing campaigns; and a digital pharmacist platform that allows pharmacies to access branded websites, e-newsletters and mobile apps. “With more and more patients seeking health care solutions...

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