Patient Assistance through the Pharmacy

Our Network Pharmacists provide financial assistance to patients unable to pay for their medications - improving access and reducing non-adherence by up to 80%.

Reach pharmacies instantly

Medmonk's integration with over 95% of US pharmacies gives pharma the ability to immediately assist millions of patients. It's a seamless process between the pharmacy and the patient, resulting in a speedy transaction of the prescribed medication.

Improve access to medications

Pharmacies are a rapidly growing distribution channel as more high-cost medications switch from medical to pharmacy benefits each year. Medmonk enables pharmacists to provide financial assistance, regardless of the site of administration.

Improve clinical outcomes

A medication's effectiveness is compromised when patients cut doses. Medmonk not only solves the affordability problem for the patient, it also yields better clinical outcomes for your medications.

Improve efficacy through adherence

Patients admit to skipping doses and delaying refills due to out-of-pocket costs they cannot afford. With Medmonk's assistance, patients are encouraged to adhere to their prescribed regimen.

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Scientist Designed for the pharmacy

Medmonk is designed for the pharmacist. Assistance through the pharmacy prevents disruption in patient care and improves access to the prescribed medication.

Analytics Gives you full control

The pharma dashboard gives you instant analytics and insights, while the control panel lets you set parameters on intervals that work for your assistance program.


Pills Adherence-focused

Medmonk alerts pharmacy staff of missed and delayed refills, resulting in continuity of care and improved health outcomes.

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Adherence and the Pharmacist


Pharmacists’ proven impact on adherence

A recent study at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center found that rates of adherence increased from 61.2% to 96.9% when patients were provided enhanced pharmacy care (standardized medication education, regular follow-ups and medications dispensed in time-specific packs).

The study concluded “Pharmacist intervention led to increases in medication adherence and clinically meaningful improvements in outcomes, whereas discontinuation of the program was associated with decreased medication adherence and persistence.”

Source: Roebuck MC, Liberman JN, Gemmill-Toyama M, Brennan TA. Medication adherence leads to lower health care use and costs despite increased drug spending. Health Affairs (Millwood). January 2011.