In this post, let’s examine if we can improve the Px (Patient eXperience) for classic prescription meds (“scripts”)
In Part I of this series on “Rx to Px” (Prescription to Patient eXperience), I discussed how telemedicine and remote care delivery are transforming our day-to-day experience at doctors’ offices.
In Part II of “Rx to Px” (Going Beyond the Surgery for Better Outcomes), we looked at patient experience from surgical procedure to recovery — on how our health system can go beyond surgery, improve patient experience, and consequently ensure better recoveries..
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