Mo. hospital patients get prescriptions filled before discharge

01/21/2013 | KMOX-AM (St. Louis)

The Mobile Pharmacy program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis is helping patients get their prescriptions filled before they are discharged to reduce noncompliance and readmissions. Staff use a BlackBerry application that lets patients pay their insurance copays at bedside, and prescriptions are delivered to their hospital room within 60 minutes.

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