Daily Medication Delivery

We guarantee your residents receive medications seven days a week, so they have the meds they need, when they need them. Consistent availability helps residents stay on track with their plan of care, and pharmacist oversight reduces errors. We also deliver emergency medication needs on a 24/7/365 basis, further reducing risk.

Robust Over the Counter Meds

Quality, cost-effective OTC medications delivered directly to the community saves residents time and effort going to the drugstore. Each order is cross-checked by a pharmacist and compliance-packaged for individualized dosage, adding an extra level of assurance and safety.

24/7 Pharmacist Access

Your residents and their families can call our pharmacists 24/7/365 to answer questions or address concerns, which saves your staff time and delivers unprecedented peace of mind. Our pharmacists are specially trained in the needs of senior living residents.

Compliance Packaging

Our packaging is specially designed to help keep residents safe, reduce medication errors, aid nursing staff in administration, and maintain regulatory compliance. Each order is packaged for individualized dosage and cross-checked for interactions and allergies.

Resident Insurance Coordination

To reduce staff burden, we bill Medicare Part D and other resident insurance plans directly, and coordinate with prescribers to ensure residents’ medications are covered, obtain pre-authorizations, initiate refills, and more.

ValueMed Pharmacy

A dedicated one-stop shop staffed by experts in the needs of assisted living facilities and their residents, acting as a single point of contact for questions about prescription benefit insurance, billing charges, and more.

Complex medication therapies made easy with guidance and support at every step

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