The PK+ Telehealth Suite™, an integrated digital application that provide healthcare providers & their patients with advanced, convenient, and secure access to a wide range of telehealth services, as well as virtual pharmacy order processing, tracking and patient remote monitoring using AI technology for early detection and intervention.
– For $0.50 per order transaction, you can afford a PK+ MyPharmacyApp!
– Receive Legal prescription (Electronic or Paper) directly to your pharmacy computer.
– Promote your services.
– Streamline your workflow and reduce your pharmacy operating cost.
– Improve your customers’ convenience and waiting time at the store.
Integrate patients’ services with a unique and innovative approach; offering convenient Services and at-home remote monitoring to reduce the chance of readmission.
Fast in-store/remote ordering (even if you can’t read your prescription).
24 Hours service to shop at your own convenience.
Choice of free delivery to your doorstep or pick-up from the store.
– No more waiting for the pharmacy to open for business, nor standing in line once they’re in the store.
The PK+ Telehealth Suite from TCE Group allows our
partners to provide their end-users with a wide range of
digital healthcare services as well as pharmacy order
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