Muscogee Creek Nation Meets Growing Pharmacy Needs Through Bilingual, Self-Refill App

Indian Country Today

A new, automated prescription refill system has made time management much easier for Muscogee Creek pharmacy staff.

Nearly a year ago, the tribe tapped Enacomm, a leader in interactive voice response technology, to help the Muscogee Creek Nation Department of Health manage their increasingly high call volumes. Now customers can call in day or night and use a touchtone system to reorder prescriptions. If necessary, they can press zero to speak to a member of the pharmacy staff...

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ICTMN Staff. "Muscogee Creek Nation Meets Growing Pharmacy Needs Through Bilingual, Self-Refill App." Indian Country Today. October 29, 2013. Article. (, accessed May 14, 2024)

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