Bonum Health to provide telemedicine services to Kinney Drugs
Trxade Group's telehealth subsidiary, Bonum Health is entering a new partnership meant to boost telemedicine access for Kinney Drugs patients and ProAct members.
The partnership with pharmaceutical and healthcare services company KPH Healthcare Services will see Bonum health providing telemedicine services to two divisions of KPH Healthcare Services — the patients of approximately 100 Kinney Drug retail pharmacies in New York and Vermont, as well as the more than 2 million Rx discount card members of ProAct, a fully integrated pharmacy benefits manager with a wholly owned mail order pharmacy.
The Bonum Health division of Trxade Group provides a mobile, B-to-C clinical technology platform and telehealth solution that enables virtual medical and provider services at deeply discounted rates. Through Bonum Telemedicine, an entire household can receive virtual consultations with board-certified medical doctors for a monthly subscription fee, the companies said.
Kinney Drugs selected Bonum Health for its interoperable telemedicine platform which seamlessly integrates with pharmacy services and staff workflow. These emerging value-based digital health care models enable physicians and pharmacists to improve both accessibility and affordability, improving medication adherence rates and health outcomes.
"As our country continues to battle COVID-19, this partnership will make basic medical care more accessible to our patients and their families," said John Marraffa, Jr., vice president of government affairs and healthcare services integrations at KPH Healthcare Services. "Once a patient has completed a telehealth visit, the Bonum Health Provider can use the platform's EMR to write prescriptions. The patient will then be able to select a prescription discount savings plan directly from the network. KPH is excited to partner with Bonum to advance the health care needs of our patient community. Convenient and affordable access to medical care will benefit our patients for years to come."