MedToGo allows you to procure medication on-app, whether through uploading scripts or even OTC meds, and receive door-to-door delivery from your closest accredited on-line pharmacy provider. Safe on-line payment, no queuing at a pharmacy – its quick and convenient, saving you time.
1. Order, pay and get your meds delivered
Placing an order is simple, via a pre-populated order form, where the most common medicines can be found. You can select from tablets, capsules or a syrup as well as indicate a preference for generic medicines. The order feature also allows you to select the dependant (such as a spouse, parent or child already on your medical aid). Notes can be added to tell the pharmacist more about your medicinal requirements. Multiple medicines can be ordered, with delivery taking place to the patient’s home, place of work, or other designated address. Where a co-payment is required, this is done in app either via credit card or EFT in a secured environment. Same day delivery depending on cut-off times. In-app notifications and e-mail notifications are standard.
2. Send messages to pharmacist or doctor
The TwinPharma app contains in-app messaging functionality so that patients can do on-line consults with their doctors or pharmacist.
3. A central repository for your patient data and meds orders
Imagine going on holiday, visiting a doctor and having to explain your entire medical history all over again. Or visiting a pharmacy and trying to remember what medication you recently took for the same symptoms. With TwinPharma, your medical history and medicine orders are stored in a single repository for ease of reference.
4. Purchasing medication on behalf of other family members or friends
Family members (not on your medical aid) can order their medication in-app, and note that they accept sponsorship of their medicines. You can login and pay for their medication in-app and this ensures the necessary medication is delivered to the timeously.
5. Sponsoring medication to charitable causes
Disaster relief and other similar NGO’s can run a campaign to encourage users to donate medication to charitable causes in-app, instead of contributing cash.