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The Cuero Regional Hospital is partnering with an e-prescription company to provide patients with text updates about their medications.

The hospital is partnering with DrFirst.com so any patient who provides their cellphone number can get a text message 10 minutes after their prescription is sent to their pharmacy, according to a news release from the hospital.

The text will also connect patients with more information about their medication, like the drug name, its strength, quantity and more, according to the release.

Plus, patients can access educational materials as well as details about cost and financial discounts.

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