Winter 2018 Newsletter

 

What have we been up to?

Accurate Rx is excited to announce we are now part of the Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group! This partnership will help us better serve our patients and the physicians we work with.

We’d like to welcome Anthony McKire to the Accurate Rx family! Anthony is our new full-time delivery driver.

In November, we celebrated Karen Heckemeyer’s five-year anniversary at Accurate Rx. In December, we celebrated Kasey May’s five-year anniversary. Way to go, Karen and Kasey!

Accurate Rx celebrated Holiday Spirit Week with Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group. We wore our crazy Christmas sweaters and dressed up for ’70s and ’80s day!

The Accurate Rx Christmas party was a success this year! Hosted at Orr Street Studios in Columbia, Missouri, the team enjoyed playing holiday-themed Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, and Lip Sync Battle!

Our team attended some great events this past quarter!  We enjoyed the Fabry Walk in St. Louis, MHA Hemophilia Walk, IDF Walk for PI, MU Football Tailgate, GHA Trivia Night, and the OHF Holiday Social.

Celebrating Karen’s five-year anniversary

Crazy Christmas Sweater Day

’70s Day

’80s Day

Celebrating Kasey’s five-year anniversary

Patient Testimonials

“Our nurse is very knowledgeable about my sons medication. Her visit is always looked forward to. You all are a great company, keep up the good work.”

“Highly recommend. You guys were super great and easy to work with.”

Referral Testimonials

“The nurses at Neurology Inc love the services Accurate Rx offers and Amanda is fantastic!”

“Absolutely love your services and the treatment our patients receive.”

 

In the News….

FDA Approves Hemlibra

FDA approves new treatment to prevent or reduce frequency of bleeding episodes in patients with hemophilia A who have Factor VIII inhibitors.To learn more, click this link.

Could Lupus Raise Dementia Risk?

A new study suggests that people living with lupus may be at significantly greater risk of developing dementia than those without the autoimmune disease. To read the full article, click this link.

 

 

 

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