FAQ

Have Questions?  Here’s A Quick Q & A.

Q&A…

  • How is One Stop Rx different from other pharmacies?

    Our pharmacists are healthcare professionals who provide a higher level of personal service. We have an unparalleled level of care and counseling. “Caring for you and about you” is what One Stop Rx does every day.
  • Is My Prescription Ready?

    Sign up for text messaging and know exactly when you prescription is ready. It’s as easy as one, two, text. Just let a member of our friendly staff know you are interested in text messaging and we will be sure you are notified each and every time your prescription is ready for pick up.
  • Does One Stop Rx price match?

    One Stop Rx will match any Tulsa area competitor’s retail/cash price on a prescription medication including the “$4 list”. Some exclusions may apply.
  • How do I get my prescription filled or refilled by One Stop Rx?

    You can request a refill, using the automated refill system over the phone, through your home computer by logging into your account, or simply call and speak to a member of our pharmacy staff.
  • What is a compounded prescription? / What is compounding?

    Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing personalized medications for patients. Compounded medications are “made from scratch” – individual ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form required by the patient. This method allows the compounding pharmacist to work with the patient and the prescriber to customize a medication to meet the patient’s specific needs.
  • Do you have to have a prescription for a compounded medication?

    Yes, you will need to obtain a prescription from your physician. A One Stop Rx pharmacist will be able to discuss your medication needs with your physician and together they can come up with a solution to maximize the therapeutic outcomes for your medication regimen.
  • Will insurance cover my compounded medication?

    While most insurance plans do cover compounding, the coverage can vary greatly. This means that even though your insurance did cover your medication it might have only covered a certain percentage of the cost. If you have questions regarding your bill, statement, or copay please contact one of our finance coordinators at (918) 528-3700, and they will assist you.