Q: How do I know your service is safe to use?
A: Fiduscript, a Public Benefit Corporation has received dotPharmacy designation from the National Association Boards of Pharmacy and is a HIPAA-secure platform. This means that our service has been vetted as being safe and legitimate. We partner with licensed pharmacies in the United States and adhere to all federal and state laws to protect your privacy, improve public health, and achieve our mission.
Q: Who provides funding and support to Fiduscript PBC?
A: Fiduscript is a Public Benefit Corporation. This means we are not a non-profit organization and do not solely seek funding in terms of donations, but rather grants and investments. Instead, we are a mission-driven company who puts people first and outcomes first. We welcome investment and grant funding from folks and organizations who share our ethos.
Q: How can I help Fiduscript PBC achieve its’ mission?
A: We welcome comments, suggestions, and efforts to increase access to life-saving medications so that we can better achieve our mission. Feel free to reach out to explore ways to partner with us via our contact us page.
Q: What is Fiduscript PBC doing to reduce costs of its’ medications?
A: We are constantly thinking up creative ways to expand access to essential and life-saving medications by allowing for alternative payment methods (like Flexible Spending Accounts), and reducing costs. We welcome public and private entities to partner with us to make our services more affordable and accessible.
Q: What is Naloxone?
A: According to drugabuse.gov Naloxone is a medication designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It is an opioid antagonist—meaning that it binds to opioid receptors and can reverse and block the effects of other opioids. It can very quickly restore normal respiration to a person whose breathing has slowed or stopped as a result of overdosing with heroin or prescription opioid pain medications.
Q: Can you get high from using Naloxone?
Q: Can I purchase Naloxone for a loved one, or someone else?
Q: Can I use my prescription insurance to purchase Naloxone?
A: Our services are currently not covered by insurance. We accept credit card payments, Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) payments.
Q: I had a reaction to the drug, what should I do?
A: The FDA has established a reporting service known as MedWatch where healthcare professionals and consumers can report serious problems they suspect may be associated with the drugs and medical devices they prescribe, dispense, or use. Visit MedWatch at www.fda.gov/Safety/MedWatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
Ordering and Shipping
Q: To what states does Naloxone Exchange ship?
A: At launch, Naloxone Exchange will support orders that ship to Texas only.
Q: Can I return my order?
A: State and federal law (as well as support from the FDA) does not allow returns of prescription products for reuse or resale, even if the package is sealed in the interest of public health. However, if you feel we have made an error in filling the prescription, please contact us at email@example.com
Q: Can I receive a refund?
A: Refunds are rare and are evaluated on a case by case basis. Please contact our customer support at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to inquire about a refund for your order.
Q: How long will it take to receive my order?
A: Your Naloxone Kit is normally shipped from our partner pharmacy within 24 hours of the order. Our medication usually arrives within 3-5 business days via USPS. We are not an emergency service, and in an emergency situation, you should call 911.
We ask that you be patient when it comes to shipping and, should your package not arrive within a week of your order being shipped, please contact us at info@fiduscript.
If you feel you need Naloxone sooner than we are able to ship it to you, please contact a physician or your local pharmacy.
Q: Can I cancel my order?
A: When we process an order, please understand that your order cannot be canceled once it has been submitted.
Q: Does Naloxone Exchange store its own inventory of Naloxone?
A: No. Naloxone Exchange partners with licensed pharmacy partners in the United States who store the drug.
Q: If Naloxone Exchange does not store its own Nalaxone, how do orders arrive at a customer’s door?
A: When Naloxone Exchange receives an order, an e-mail notification is sent to an appropriate partner pharmacy that is responsible for handling the order. No Personal Medical Information (PMI) is included in this e-mail.
Q: What does it mean to be an appropriate partner pharmacy?
A: While Naloxone can now be ordered from a pharmacy, in most states it cannot be shipped outside of state lines. Thus, Naloxone Exchange routes orders to licensed partner pharmacies within the same state as the shipping address of the order.
Q: To what information do partner pharmacies have access?
A: Our partner pharmacies must follow regulatory guidelines within their state of practice. The following information is included in every order to the appropriate partner pharmacy:
- First and last name of person creating the order
- First and last name of the person the order is for
- Relationship between the person creating the order and the recipient of the order (optional)
- Date of birth
- Medical conditions
- Phone number