150 More Pharmacies Choose RxWiki’s Digital Pharmacist SaaS Platform
AUSTIN, Texas, March 2, 2016 — RxWiki, Inc., a rapidly growing eHealth company connecting community pharmacies and patients through its Digital Pharmacist platform, announced today that another 150 specialty and community pharmacies have adopted its Digital Pharmacist SaaS Platform to power their digital patient engagement strategy since January 1. Since the product suite launched one year ago, 1,200 specialty and community pharmacies have signed up for the platform. A further 2,500 NCPA pharmacies leverage RxWiki’s pharmacy approved content to enable their social media strategies.
“We’re pleased with our momentum,” said Brent Werbeck, EVP, Digital Pharmacist Network. “Our SaaS based platform gives specialty and community pharmacies the tools needed to compete in the mobile age at an affordable price. Patients engage more with our pharmacy partners’ social media channels, websites, e-newsletters and mobile apps thanks to our high quality content, electronic prescription refill and drug discount capability.”
Specialty and local pharmacies to adopt the Digital Pharmacist platform since January 1 include Scott Pharmacy, IA, Citizen’s Pharmacy, GA, Spruce Mountain Pharmacy, ME, and Moweaqua Pharmacy, IL.
“We have seen a big improvement in productivity since moving to online refills,” said David Scott, from Scott Pharmacy. “What used to take hundreds of 5 minute phone calls to receive refill orders is now automated. It’s more convenient for the customer and our pharmacists now have more time to consult with patients.”
"We chose RxWiki because it gives us a digital platform to compete with the big box pharmacies in our market," said Samir Shah, from Citizen’s Pharmacy. "We can now provide the same valuable refill and patient engagement capabilities without a large investment in technology and staff.”
“We are excited about providing online refill services to our customers using RxWiki’s engagement platform,” said Steve Maki, from Spruce Mountain Pharmacy. “The implementation with RxWiki was fast, easy and they helped us every step of the way.”
“We are already seeing great results from our new mobile app,” said Terry Traster, from Moweaqua Pharmacy. “Everyone in our community, including busy moms, business owners, and farmers like the convenience of refilling their prescriptions electronically using our app.”
Other community pharmacies signing up for RxWiki's Digital Pharmacist platform include Brinkhaus Thrifty Way, LA, Conrad Marr Drug, OK, Crittenden’s Drug, Inc., VA, Granby Pharmacy, CT, Howell & Heggie, MS, Hugh’s Pharmacy, AL, Porter Pharmacy & Gifts, GA, QuickCare Pharmacy and Clinic, CA, Rocky’s Med Shoppe, LA, West Cocoa Pharmacy and Compounding, FL.
For more information about the Digital Pharmacist SaaS platform visit www.digitalpharmacist.com
RxWiki, Inc., is a rapidly growing eHealth company connecting community pharmacies and patients through its Digital Pharmacist(TM) SaaS-based platform (www.digitalpharmacist.com) and RxWiki website (www.rxwiki.com). Patients can engage with original RxWiki content, order refills, sign up for clinical trials and manage adherence via the Digital Pharmacist mobile app and website. Over 2,500 community pharmacy locations leverage RxWiki.com news and video content to power their social media channels and more than 1,200 community pharmacies communicate with patients via the Digital Pharmacist mobile app. RxWiki, Inc. completed its Series A funding in November, 2015, raising $5.75 million from investors including LiveOak Venture Partners and Milestone Venture Partners LP. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
About LiveOak Venture Partners:
LiveOak is a $109MM Fund based in Austin, TX and was founded by Ben Scott, Krishna Srinivasan, and Venu Shamapant (all formerly of Austin Ventures). While many of LiveOak’s investments begin at the seed stage, LiveOak is a full lifecycle investor focused on technology and technology-driven service companies primarily based in Texas and the Southwest.
With over 15 years of successful early stage investing in Texas, the Founders of LiveOak have helped entrepreneurs create industry-leading companies, such as Spatial Wireless (acquired by Alcatel-Lucent), Navini Networks (acquired by Cisco Systems), LifeSize Technologies (acquired by Logitech) and Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR), and StackEngine (Acquired by Oracle).
About Milestone Venture Partners:
Milestone Venture Partners is an early stage venture capital fund with $135 million under management. We invest in high growth, technology-enabled services companies which have initial users and early revenue. Milestone invests approximately 80% of its capital in Digital Health businesses which provide technology solutions to providers, payors, biopharmaceutical firms, and patients. The firm is managed by Todd T. Pietri, F. Morgan Rodd, Jr., Edwin A. Goodman, and Richard Dumler.