According to a recent study, people are not aware of their options when they're faced with buying a new medicine. They don't know another pharmacy might have the exact same medicine for a cheaper price and no one shares this reliable information.
Another pain point, is when you are not aware of your insurance coverage until you're at the pharmacy and you should decide if you want to buy it or not.
Now imagine if you are doing all these things for your mom, dad or any other senior relative or friend. How do you manage these things? What are your experiences? What do you think can be improved?
What has bothered you or made you happy?
Please tell me more about your experience and include any suggestions that you might have.