Powered by Uber Eats, providers and patients can have groceries and over-the-counter items delivered directly to a patient’s home. The company describes the service as simplifying the entire patient journey, from finding patients to medical appointments to grocery shopping.
In April, the company announced that it is adding same-day prescription service to the platform thanks to the merger ScriptDropWhere users can control the delivery of prescriptions from a pharmacy in their service area and track when their medication will arrive.
“I came to Uber because we’re in a unique position to provide the many additional benefits needed to care for patients outside the four walls of a clinic — non-emergency medical transportation, same-day prescription and grocery and over-the-counter delivery. Now just to make physical care accessible.” Instead, we’ve created a one-stop-shop for care coordinators to make it clear how to navigate the complexities of insurance benefits design,” said Kathleen Donovan, global head of Uber Health. MobiHealthNews In the email.
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In 2020, Uber Health Partnership On-demand digital prescription platform NimbleRx to include drug delivery in Seattle and Dallas.
last year, The company shared with Walgreens And DoorDash To deliver Paxlovid to communities without access to oral antiviral therapy for Covid-19. Eligible patients living in disadvantaged communities can have their Paxlovide prescriptions delivered for free at Walgreens.com or through the Walgreens app.
Other companies offer grocery delivery services to providers and patients. Instacart Healthwhich recently announced the launch of grocery delivery service Instacart’s health division and tech-enabled food delivery company Farmbox Arx. By FarmboxRxAn application-based program to provide individuals affected by cuts with produce and pantry items for SNAP benefits.