The best medicine can be little or no medicine

We meet with participants every six months to ensure their medications are working well for them and to streamline regimens whenever possible.

It’s important to understand what your medications are for, how to take them properly and why you’re taking them.

 

Medication “consumers” and their family members are the most important players on the healthcare team. That’s why it’s critical to know your meds and to speak up if you have concerns or questions. Learn more about when and how to advocate for yourself in this article from Senior PharmAssist published on Feb. 19 in The Herald Sun.