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Start now and get your free medication review. We won’t ask for any personal information like your name, address or date of birth. Your privacy is important to us.

The use of prescription pain medications has caused tremendous pain and suffering to families.  America’s other prescription drug problem is polypharmacy.  This is when a patient takes several medications, often 5 or more.

The problem with taking several drugs is interactions, and there are many of them.

The risk of adverse drug events is 15% with 2 medications, 50% with 5 medications, and 80% with more than 7 medications. Keeping track of this is very difficult for doctors and pharmacists particularly when the number of medications is more than 5.  Another challenge is that they may not have a complete list of everything you take.

Combine that with  busy schedules and it is no surprise that serious drug interactions are missed. The unfortunate reality is that patients are harmed.

The Chicago Tribune investigated one aspect of this crisis and found that pharmacies often miss severe interactions between 2 medications.

The sobering reality is that this investigation did not even consider interactions between 3 or more medications.

You do not have to be vulnerable to mistakes by busy practitioners. With the freemedicationreview, take charge of your own health or that of a loved one. Freemedicationreview will highlight serious drug interactions involving 2, 5, and sometimes 7 different drugs that may interact and increase the risk of a fall or other serious accident.

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Just like a credit score, the Medication Safety Review “MSR” Score identifies medication mixtures that put patients at risk for falling and other accidents.

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Wholesale pricing information gives you an idea about whether you are paying too much for your medications. Your report will also show helpful links to web sites for pricing assistance programs.

Start now and get your free medication review. We won’t ask for any personal information like your name, address or date of birth. Your privacy is important to us.