Heal And ScriptDash Bring Free Rx Delivery To The Bay Area

Leading on-demand medical care app partners with on-demand pharmacy to transform patient health into an all-inclusive experience

Dec 07, 2015, 10:01 ET from Heal

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Heal, the on-demand service for doctor house calls, today announced its exclusive partnership with ScriptDash, a modern on-demand pharmacy, to offer free prescription delivery for all Heal patients in the Bay Area.

Heal is leading the evolution of on-demand healthcare by fundamentally improving the patient experience. The company's app delivers comprehensive doctor visits for urgent, primary and preventive medical care to a patient's home or office for fixed fee of $99 or an in-network co-pay with select insurance plans. This partnership with ScriptDash brings at-home health care full circle by bypassing the need for traditional pharmacies and eliminating long lines to fill prescriptions. In less than two hours of a Heal visit, the medication prescribed will be delivered to the patient's home in a discreet package.

"We have already introduced how technology can exponentially improve the patient/doctor experience, in the comfort of one's home," said Dr. Renee Dua, co-founder, Heal. "Partnering with ScriptDash further extends our vision of making every facet of healthy happen at home. Heal patients in the Bay Area can receive quality medical care and now prescription medication without ever leaving their home."

ScriptDash works closely with Heal's on-demand doctors to improve patient care. The company's on-demand pharmacy model offers San Francisco Bay Area patients free prescription delivery and automatic refills, in a timely and convenient manner. Heal patients who require a prescription can have it processed electronically and delivered through ScriptDash within two hours of their appointment. Additionally, patients can access ScriptDash customer support 24/7 by phone, email or text message.

"Heal's mission of creating accessibility to expert medical care at home aligns perfectly with our goal of transforming the traditional pharmacy experience to an on-demand one," said Vlad Blumen, co-founder of ScriptDash. "ScriptDash's alignment with Heal creates an all inclusive on-demand medical experience for Bay Area residents."

In under an hour, Heal doctors are available at the click of the button from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week. Heal was co-founded by entrepreneur and mom of two Dr. Renee Dua, who has surrounded herself with a world-class team of health and technology experts to build and launch Heal. For more information, visit www.getheal.com and download the Android app from the Google Play store, and the iPhone app from the iTunes App Store.

Currently delivering to the Bay Area, ScriptDash plans to expand operations to additional markets in 2016. For more information about ScriptDash, please visit www.scriptdash.com.

About Heal

The pioneer in on-demand primary health services, Heal provides patients with affordable access to world-class physicians in the comfort of their home or office. Heal connects patients with fully vetted and licensed pediatricians and family practice doctors who arrive in under an hour and can see any member of the family for only $99. Visit www.getheal.com or download the app from the iTunes App Store and Google Play store.

About ScriptDash
ScriptDash is a technology focused on-demand pharmacy that delivers medications to patients in under two hours. Prescription medication can be delivered anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area and delivery is always free. ScriptDash pharmacists are world-class patient advocates that work directly with physicians to provide the best available coordinated care. ScriptDash accepts all major insurance providers. For the same co-pay and price as a traditional retail pharmacy a patient can get world-class care and will never need to stand in line at a pharmacy again. Visit ScriptDash.com or download the iOS app.

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