With Factor One Source FAST Pharmacy,
your specialty prescription is our number one factor.

We serve patients with chronic medical conditions that require detailed specialized medication management.

We are accessible, honest, and here for you.

-24/7 Pharmacist Access
-Refill Reminders
-Patient Dispensing Navigation
-Patient Care Management
-Financial Counseling

CONSUMER ADVOCACY

At Factor One Source FAST Pharmacy, we encourage our patients to advocate for themselves and their loved ones. With extensive experience on Capitol Hill and relationships with elected representatives, legislative committees, and influence on healthcare industry officials, we want to help you learn how to advocate for yourselves on local and national levels.

PATIENT CARE SERVICES

A large part of what separates a specialty pharmacy from a retail pharmacy are the outcomes that are monitored by the Pharmacist.

At Factor One Source FAST Pharmacy we track your outcomes, hospital visits, doctor visits, medication compliance, side effects, and reactions all so we can tailor the best therapy and recommendations specific for YOU.

FINANCIAL COUNSELING

Chronic illness and conditions are very costly, and we know that it takes a great deal of coordination to make sure your needs are met. At Factor One Source FAST Pharmacy, we offer free financial counseling regarding your medical needs, and help you become educated and empowered as you obtain treatment for your medical needs.

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Medication Safety

How are you safely storing and disposing of your unused medication? Safely disposing of old, unneeded, or unused medication is something that is extremely important. Not disposing of medication in the proper manner can lead to drug abuse, addiction, poisoning, and may even be fatal. Making sure that unused medications are being monitored, are secure, and disposed of can help to stop these things from happening. Monitor: Monitoring your medication to make sure that no pills are missing and that you aren’t getting refills more frequently than normal, can help to ensure that no one is getting into your medication. If your child or someone that you’re taking care of is prescribed a medication make sure to hold onto them and give them when needed. By doing this you can help to ensure that they are not taking more than they are supposed. It is also extremely important to make sure that you keep your medication safely stored at required temperatures.
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Alcohol Awareness

April is national Alcohol awareness month. Alcohol addiction is a chronic, progressive disease, genetically predisposed and fatal if untreated. Drinking too much alcohol may lead to liver disease, some forms of cancer, risk of injury, and violence. Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant and at high concentrations it can induce coma, respiratory depression, and death. Alcohol comes in many forms such as ethanol, methanol, ethylene glycol, and isopropyl alcohol. The main form consumed in alcoholic beverages is Ethanol.
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Monthly Education Topic: PAIN

September is the official month of Pain Awareness. Organizations come together with a common goal to bring awareness and highlight how pain affects individuals, families, communities and the nation. For more information, please visit the American Chronic Pain Associations website to learn how different partnerships have come together to help educate and remove traditional stigma associated with chronic pain.
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