The FDA has approved a second booster dose of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for some patients.
Patients will begin reaching out to pharmacies to request this second booster — effectively a fourth dose — soon.
A second booster dose of the vaccine may be administered to:
Individuals must wait at least 4 months after receipt of a first booster dose of any authorized or approved COVID-19 vaccine in order to receive a second booster dose.
Scripted manages the regulations and workflows that make providing clinical services tough.
Built-in protocol, workflow & clinical support
End-to-end CPA management for additional services
Patients can schedule appointments at home or at the counter
We’re serious about reducing pharmacist exposure to COVID-19.
Patients can schedule their vaccine appointments from home to reduce time in the pharmacy.
Scripted pharmacies make thousands in additional revenue from vaccines and other clinical services.
Offer new vaccines — and even write prescriptions — in as little as 2 weeks.
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Scripted is a new service that enables pharmacists to prescribe treatments and administer services for common conditions. Scripted was created to make healthcare convenient, affordable, and accessible.
No, Scripted is not a pharmacy. Scripted is a marketplace that connects patients who need care for common conditions with pharmacy providers. Scripted partners with pharmacies to expand access to healthcare.
Scripted is free to start! There are no reoccurring fees, or monthly payments. Consults with your pharmacist start as low as $19. Most services range between $19 – $50.
No, if you are issued a new prescription by your pharmacist, the medication will be an additional cost. Most medications are billable through insurance.
Yes. Pharmacists can prescribe and administer services when following state and clinical guidelines (which may include collaborating with a physician). Prescribing rights and laws vary by state. Have questions? Contact us.
No, you do not need a prescription. If you are eligible to receive treatment or service, your pharmacists will issue you a new prescription, just like your doctor would.
No. You can walk-in and receive same-day service, or you can plan ahead by scheduling an appointment.
After using Scripted, your pharmacist will automatically communicate your visit summary to your physician’s office.
Scripted is self-pay, and insurance is not accepted.
You can use Scripted at participating pharmacies near you. Use the Pharmacy Locator to find a service in your area.
Scripted was made to improve affordability and expand access to care for all. In some instances, if you have underlying conditions or if you have a more serious condition that cannot be treated by the pharmacist, your pharmacist may refer you to a physician.