ComputerTalk’s annual survey of the technology vendors shows that there’s a great deal being done by these companies to address trends for the coming year. Find out how the vendors see the trends developing, what new products are coming out, where they see pharmacy technology in a few years’ time, and more. MORE >
The source for technology to add to your pharmacy. The 2013 Retail Buyers Guide includes profiles on the latest pharmacy management systems, workflow-specific systems, point-of-sale systems, dispensing automation, systems for LTC, and more. Plus, comparisons of markets served, interfaces offered, and products and services offered. MORE >
Check out our online listings for hospital pharmacists and IT directors that showcase the products and services from that will increase efficiency and safety in the health-system pharmacy. Learn what 17 companies offer in workflow, robotics and automation, data conversion, IVR, POS, and more. MORE >
Find out how two pharmacists have deployed robotics and counting automation and organized their dispensing process to minimize errors while maximizing speed.
What are some of the events from the past year in pharmacy and healthcare that stand out the most?
With many Americans looking for healthcare coverage starting Jan. 1, 2014, the importance of understanding the new health insurance exchanges cannot be overstated.
Retail pharmacists are now being positioned as the new “foot soldiers” for preventive healthcare services in America. They are beginning to offer new services that improve their patients’ knowledge about prevention and treatment of their disease states. Now the pharmacist needs to learn how to manage these programs.
Mobile technology is changing the way we live and the way we do business in more ways than I can keep up with. But unlike many technology advancements that seem to overstimulate and distance us from the personal interactions of days gone by, a handheld register in the pharmacy actually creates a more personal and individualized customer experience.
Jeffrey Fenerty, R.Ph., assistant director of pharmacy at Cabell Huntington Hospital, an outpatient pharmacy in Huntington, W.Va., explains the challenges the Kirby Lester KL20 counting and verification system addressed when it was installed two years ago.
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