Who you gonna call? The one with the recommendations, of course.
By: Jay Bryant-Wimp, RPh
In our competitive marketplace where businesses compete for customers and referral sources; customer satisfaction is a key differentiator. Successful businesses are ones that make customer satisfaction a key element of their business strategy. Think of yourself when it comes to customer satisfaction. If you have recommendations or read positive reviews for one business, would that sway your opinion? Probably. So how does that recommendation originally start? More than likely it’s based on a good customer experience. Companies who offer an extra-mile customer experience, like Accurate Rx, create environments where satisfaction is high and customer advocates are plenty. Let us show you the Accurate Rx Experience!
What have we been up to?
Accurate Rx has been accredited for the 2017 to 2020 period by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC). Way to go team!
We’d like to welcome Krista Cotterill, RN to the Accurate Rx Team! Krista is our new Infusion Nurse Specialist in the Wichita region.
Charles and our marketing team enjoyed attending the GHA Membership Meeting, MHA Hemophilia Walk in Kansas City, Coalition B Hemophilia, GHA Trivia Night, MHA Awards and Recognition Banquet, and the GHA Holiday Party
Where in the world is Accurate Rx?
March: Missouri Advocacy Day and Pascale’s Pals
Our Reindeer Thumb Wrestling competition at the Christmas Party!
“What a fantastic company! Every person is professional and helpful. Most of all I can tell they care about me! I highly recommend Accurate Rx!”
“Very helpful and always available for questions”
“Thank you so much for your outstanding, patient-centered care and knowledgeable caring staff!”
” All my clients absolutely LOVE Accurate’s services. Each person I have come in contact with says how much they appreciate the company!”
In the News…
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The availability of Cuvitru as a high-concentration, subcutaneous [immunoglobulin] provides primary immunodeficiency patients with the dosing flexibility that allows them to customize their therapy to best fit their individual need. To read more about this study, click this link.