Better care for patients with heart disease

Heart disease can be a serious health threat and a complex condition to treat. Your patients need personalized cardiology care, including convenient access to specialty medications and expert guidance to help manage potential medication side effects and comorbidities. At Walgreens, our specialty pharmacy teams are trained to work with your care team to meet those needs while giving patients the convenience of a single pharmacy for all their medications. 

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Pharmacist expertise

You and your patients can feel more confident in their treatment plans by working with pharmacists who are specially trained in cardiovascular medications. Walgreens specialty pharmacy teams can educate patients on medication adherence, safety and risk factors.

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Speed to therapy

The sooner patients start treatment, the better. With an average turnaround time of two days, often sooner, Walgreens provides fast, convenient access to specialty medications, including more than 200 limited distribution drugs (LDDs). Our multichannel fulfillment model offers flexible delivery options.

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Focus on outcomes

Better cardiac health requires adherence to medications. The right tools and services can help your patients stay on track and even prevent heart disease. Walgreens Connected Care® for heart disease is one way we work with you to keep patients engaged, using clinical insights to educate and support patients throughout treatment.

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Holistic patient view

Every healthcare journey is different. With our holistic patient view, we can help patients manage their conditions, potential medication side effects and comorbidities. Walgreens specialty pharmacies are in a unique position to collaborate with healthcare providers to better support patients. 

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Financial assistance coordination

Lack of financial resources is a common barrier to care. For patients struggling to afford critical medications, we can help them make connections to advocacy groups, local community organizations, drug manufacturers and other sources of financial aid.

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