Senior & Adult Care


  • To reduce sick days and emergency room visits, and to sustain independence
  • To empower you with the knowledge and education to appropriately use your medications and manage your conditions
  • To help you achieve your healthcare goals
  • To provide you with insurance and patient financial assistance program support, including assistance with any applications or enrollments
  • To improve your well-being and health condition by providing vaccinations, education, medication therapy management, and Telehealth services
  • Optimize medication profile to reduce costs and maximize outcomes


  • Ensure that you are on the right path to achieving your healthcare goals
  • Safeguard that you are receiving the least costly medication that will benefit you
  • Minimize preventable sick days, emergency room visits, and adverse events
  • Properly utilize medications requiring special administration such as inhalers and insulin injections
  • Learn how to store, handle, take, and dispose of your medications appropriately
  • Manage side effects and adverse effects to maximize compliance
  • Incorporate lifestyle modifications into your optimal medication profile


  • Extensive knowledge on Patient Advocate Foundation, HealthWell Foundation, and Good Days: organizations that offer financial assistance to eligible patients
  • Support with applications or enrollments
  • Assistance with Medicare Part D enrollment or navigation
  • Support with obtaining medications that require step therapy or prior authorizations
  • Innovative solutions to prevent you from missing a dose of medication such as alarms, pillboxes, and calendar-style medication packaging


  • Online consultations with a consultant pharmacist or primary care doctor right at your fingertips
  • Personal interactions with healthcare providers with clinical expertise and knowledge
  • Utilize your time efficiently by saving a trip to the doctor’s office or pharmacy
  • Remote patient monitoring of your healthcare data
  • Video conferencing allows visible interactions remotely that cannot be achieved by telephone: ideal for medication administration techniques


  • Indicates potential drug-gene interactions
  • How you may metabolize a certain medication
  • How the dosage should be adjusted
  • Whether a medication should be used for you at all
  • Best alternatives for you
  • Beneficial for a variety of patients, including those on anticoagulant, cardiac, antidepressant, and psychotropic medications


  • Administration of the influenza, pneumococcal, meningococcal, acute herpes zoster (shingles), tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis vaccinations to adults 18 years of age or older
  • Education and training on managing a variety of conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart failure, asthma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD)
  • Senior care programs focused on patients and family members affected by Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, and falls
  • Brown bag events, educational presentations, and consults with you and your family members
  • Additional wellness program benefits, such as immunizations, screening referrals, smoking cessation, and nutrition and lifestyle management counseling