Refill Bridge Program FAQs
When a resident is unable to see their prescribing physician prior to refill expiration, and are looking for a short-term and easy to use solution for receiving their current prescription refills to reduce gap in care.
Once the on-boarding process is complete, StationMD doctors are ready to assist in bridging the gap to all non-life-threatening prescription refills. They are available 24/7/365 – call at any time.
No, there is no charge to you for the Brdige Refill Service. This is a value-add service provided to you through PharMerica and their partnership with StationMD.
No. All consents will be provided to the PharMerica account manager and pharmacy director prior to the start date. StationMD will verify consents are on file prior to fulfilling a refill request.
During the contracting process, the need for consent will be reviewed and will depend on the scope of services that an agency provides an individual. Need for signed consent will vary by client.
- A StationMD consent is NOT needed when your agency has a more broad or blanket consent that is signed when an individual starts services with the agency that allows the agency to consent for physician treatment or services.
- A StationMD consent is needed if your agency routinely requires consent to be signed when bringing an individual to see a new physician for treatment or services.