A patented name given to a chemical drug that represents its developer, oftentimes, a Pharmaceutical Company. Often trusted and respected, many will ask for a drug by its branded name which is most often more popular.
After a certain period of time and the patent is over, a generic is defined as a drug product that is comparable to a brand/reference listed drug. It is often similar in dosage, strength, quality and performance. It is usually marketed under its chemical name and generally is lower in cost.
Pre-packaged & Sealed
Medications can now be ordered pre-packaged and sealed to an individual’s precise need. They are considered cost effective, safe, and increase patient compliance among other benefits.
Pre-packaged medications dispensed in office is a cost-effective method of obtaining prescriptions and includes other benefits such as convenience, compliance, and safety.