Wow! Did anyone else notice the news post on the Kids With Food Allergies blog?
- Walgreens becomes first retail pharmacy to offer access to AUVI-Q auto-injectors at no cost for commercially insured patients who are eligible for kaléo’s patient support programs.
- For patients who are unable to fill their current epinephrine prescriptions, Walgreens pharmacists will work with each patient’s healthcare practitioner to see if AUVI-Q is right for them.
I do hope this will help folks who are struggling to find epinephrine auto-injectors. It's always good when folks have multiple options, and this may make it easier for some people.
How many of you who need epinephrine auto-injectors have a Walgreens close by? We have one about a half hour away.