Elderly adults and disabled individuals, who are not easily able to leave their homes and run errands, benefit from delivery services. Big box merchandisers and grocery stores have increased their services to include home deliveries. For the convenience of customers, a variety of vendors offer pharmaceutical delivery services. Although many options are available, a handful of choices rate more highly than others.

PillPack

The company is a subsidiary of Amazon and supplies clients with automatic medication refills on a monthly basis. Consumers need merely supply the pharmacy with a list of current medications, physician and insurance information. Medications are packaged in timed doses with all medication and dosage amounts listed on each sealed package. Clients access PillPack via their website, when using an Apple device app or by using the posted phone number. Licensed pharmacists are available 24/7. Five locations throughout the United States ensure that shipped orders arrive faster.

ExactCare

The company fills prescriptions and provides delivery services for insured and cash-pay consumers. As of yet, ExactCare does not accept Humana or VA Health Plans. The service prides itself on being of special assistance to individuals having chronic medical conditions or anyone requiring multiple prescription medications. Prescription, non-prescription and occasional medications are uniquely packaged by day and time, which makes it easier for patients to determine when to take each dose. Services may be started online, by using the Apple or Android app, or by having a representative visit the consumer’s home.

Accupac

The company also packages medications by individual doses that list each medication and dosage amount as needed for each prescribed dose. Patients may also order and receive prescription and non-prescription creams, eye drops, inhalers, insulin, syringes and test strips. The company accepts many major health insurance plans in addition to Medicaid and Medicare Part D. However, Accupac does not have contracts with Humana, OptumRx or United Healthcare. But, cash-pay services are available in addition to offering discounts to consumers needed financial assistance. Company access is readily available using a smartphone app or by conventional phone. Login accounts are not available online. Services are not available in all 50 states.