Member Education from healthcare’s medication experts

Health Plans, Provider Groups, Life Science Organizations, and Strategic Partners all know one simple fact—if an individual doesn’t know enough to feel comfortable about taking their medications, they won’t remain adherent. As medications become increasingly more complex, it’s more critical than ever to have a robust Member Education program.

Would you take your newest prescription without knowing how to take it?

We didn’t think so.

A lack of understanding about a medication shouldn’t stop anyone from being as healthy as they can be. When you partner with Aspen RxHealth, our pharmacists have the clinical skills and experience to motivate, educate, and empower individuals to take control of their health.

Pharmacists are powerful educators

Aspen RxHealth was founded by pharmacists who realized that there are numerous ways in which their expertise could benefit individuals. As healthcare’s most knowledgeable clinicians on nearly all medications, doesn’t it make sense to build your Member Education programs around them?



Our nationwide network of over 7,000 pharmacists has the knowledge, skills, and motivational interview training to educate and inform on any drug therapy — even the more obscure or complicated. Aspen RxHealth provides ongoing education and resources to keep our pharmacists equipped with advanced credentialing and specializations across the full spectrum of medication therapies.



Not only can our pharmacists educate on medications and proper administration, but they can also play a key role in promoting important preventive healthcare services like vaccinations and annual exams. Aspen RxHealth pharmacists build genuine, long-term relationships with the patients they serve, creating bonds based on trust.

Pharmacists are a key part of the care team

Using pharmacists to educate your populations about their medications is a no-brainer. When you partner with Aspen RxHealth for a Member Education program you can expect:

Improved patient and member 

understanding of their medication regimens

Reduced adverse drug events and 

readmissions due to medication skepticism

Improved adherence to 

prescribed medications

An increase in preventive care, like 

vaccinations and annual exams