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Welcome to the Libsyn version of the Anxiety Road Podcast, this is the involuntary journey finding medical, behavioral health, meditation, relaxation and x=the unknown treatment options and resources for people that have anxiety, panic attacks and phobias too.

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Nov 23, 2020

One of the suggested treatment options is medication. Traditionally in the U.S. that meant going to the drug store/pharmacy. 

Now, that X=the unknown is catching up with us, very soon you will be able to make a tele-heath appointment with a mental health provider. That person will provide you a prescription for medication. 
You log onto and request delivery of your meds, which are delivered two days later.
Amazon Pharmacy isn't the only way to have medication delivered. But there are questions about the possible disruptive nature of the company entering the healthcare space. 
In this episode, a brief look at the pharmacy service, some questions and concerns.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

Amazon Pharmacy press release about their new service. There is also a FAQ type page for consumers and Prime members.
Supermarket News article about Sam's Club contracting with Door Dash for medication delivery. And Costco is working with Instacart to provide pharmacy delivery services.
From the Los Angeles Times, there is a business column by David Lazerus asking some of the same questions and concerns about Amazon’s entry into healthcare. 


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