What is a compounding pharmacy?
A compounding pharmacy is a special pharmacy where the pharmacist works from a prescription generated by a doctor, dentist or other practitioner to combine specific ingredients in exact strength and dosage forms that have been precisely tailored to the individual. Many compounding pharmacies, like ReNue Rx, are full scale pharmacies that provide traditional as well as compounded medications.
Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy, BHRT, is an example of a compounded medication. Unlike synthetic hormones, bioidentical hormones are made from natural ingredients that more closely resemble the body’s own hormones. They are custom mixed and compounded in exact combinations, doses or forms that are not otherwise available. This includes bioidentical forms of estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA, and cortisol.
Why choose ReNue Rx for my specialty pharmacy needs?
At ReNue Rx, the focus is on the whole patient to ensure each individual is getting the full benefit of their medication therapy. Our dedication to high-level customer care along with flexible, fast service means less waiting and less inconvenience for patients.
What services does ReNue Rx provide?
We are committed to creating a pleasant and efficient experience for our customers each and every time. Provided services include the following:
- Financial and billing assistance to keep drug costs as low as possible
- Customer support throughout the insurance approval process
- Rapid access to medications
- Patient counseling and educational information
- Prescription refill reminders
How do patients know whether specific drugs are covered by insurance?
ReNue Rx is pleased to handle this process for customers by coordinating with the insurance company and physician. Many specialty drugs have prior authorization requirements. This means, in order for the insurance company to cover certain high-cost drugs, documentation is needed. Patients are promptly notified by ReNue Rx as soon the results of the prior authorization process are received.
What are ReNue Rx pharmacy hours?
|Monday – Friday
||9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
|Saturday – Sunday
How can ReNue Rx help patients who have difficulty remembering to take medications?
It can be difficult to remember to take medications, particularly for patients with numerous medications that need to be taken in multiple doses each day.
To prevent missed doses, we recommend ReNue’s interactive text message program. This service can help patients stay on track and is available for most therapies. It features medication dosing and refill reminders, progress reports on taking medication correctly, optional alerts for caregivers, and other information.
Do patients fill prescriptions at ReNue Rx in person, just like at a regular pharmacy?
Yes. We are conveniently located at Warren Pkwy. and Legacy Drive in Frisco, Texas. During business hours, a pharmacist is on hand to provide medication counseling or answer questions.
What assistances does ReNue Rx provide in filling prescriptions?
There are a number of ways ReNue Rx can help in filling prescriptions, including:
- Providing financial and billing assistance to keep out-of-pocket expenses as low as possible
- Supporting patients through the insurance approval process
- Maintaining an in-stock medication supply available for rapid fulfillment
- Comprehensive counseling and educational information provided by a clinically trained pharmacist
What ongoing support does ReNue Rx provide?
ReNue Rx is committed to providing the highest level of patient support. To assist patients with medication compliance, we provide prescription refill reminders. We also offer monthly wellness checks, including a review of any questions or concerns patients may have about their medications. Additionally, a pharmacist is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week should patients require further assistance.
Contact ReNue Rx pharmacy, your neighborhood Frisco compounding pharmacy, to learn more about the services we offer. Your ReNue Rx pharmacist is happy to answer any of your questions.