White Plains, New York – June 20th, 2023 – PharmacyChecker, a company known for its international online pharmacy verification program and drug price comparisons, is pleased to announce the launch of its list of trusted telemedicine providers. This new offer is in the spirit of PharmacyChecker’s ongoing commitment to help global consumers safely find more affordable medicine to treat conditions such as high blood pressure, asthma, and diabetes.
Continuing to prioritize both patient savings and safety, PharmacyChecker includes clear information regarding the consultation cost and the prescribing jurisdiction of each telemedicine provider listed. A prescription service is only permitted to list on PharmacyChecker.com if they show proof of valid certification as a provider of telemedicine services in the jurisdiction in which they practice. Hovering over the information icon “i” by each prescriber’s logo on the Trusted Telemedicine Provider page reveals the provided telemedicine services certification authority.
“Whether it’s for the sake of their discretion, cost savings, or convenience, we’ve received many inquiries over the years asking PharmacyChecker for a safe way to obtain a legitimate prescription online,” said Lucia Mueller, president of PharmacyChecker. “We’re proud to finally offer patients a go-to list of prescription services providers that are PharmacyChecker-approved.”
Telemedicine as a means to diagnose and prescribe non-controlled prescription medications, such as antibiotics and birth control, remotely has greatly improved access to needed care for many people. Telemedicine providers listed on PharmacyChecker.com are focused on the convenience and safety of the patient: before interacting with a licensed provider, patients are asked to provide relevant medical information and take a health assessment. A licensed provider then reviews the information and only writes a prescription if deemed medically appropriate.
PharmacyChecker often warns consumers about websites posing as legitimate pharmacies that sell medicine without a prescription requirement. This is a telltale sign of a suspicious website that is not licensed and may engage in criminal activity that is dangerous to a patient’s health and/or finances. Should a patient visit PharmacyChecker.com, they will find that pharmacies accredited in the PharmacyChecker Verification Program only dispense medications to patients that provide valid prescriptions. Now, they have PharmacyChecker-recommended guidance as to where to obtain one. Having a list of licensed prescribers, accredited online pharmacies, and drug price comparisons all on one platform streamlines the process of obtaining needed medication for the online consumer.
Telemedicine providers interested in listing on PharmacyChecker.com can contact PharmacyChecker by emailing email@example.com for more information.