The Benefits of Workflow in a Busy Pharmacy

Workflow can play a major role in moving prescriptions through the dispensing process efficiently and managing patients better. From staff specialization to automating administrative tasks and the built-in tracking and safety measures, pharmacies are using workflow to save time and money, improve service, and create a technology foundation to support their strategic objectives. MORE >

2014 Retail Buyers Guide

The source for technology to add to your pharmacy. The 2014 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, quick reference tables showing markets served, interfaces offered, and products and services offered. MORE >

2013 Hospital Buyer's Guide

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 >

Feature | A Look at the Future: The Pharmacy Home Project

The Pharmacy Home Project, created by Community Care of North Carolina is being put into play to support the pharmacist’s transition to providing enhanced care at the community pharmacy.

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The American healthcare IT market will hit $31 billion in 2017, with a compound annual growth rate of 7.4% from 2012 to 2017.

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Catalyst Corner | New Resources Highlight Trends

A number of interesting resources have made their way into my email news during the last few weeks that I thought would be of interest to ComputerTalk readers.

EXCLUSIVE WEB CONTENT & INDUSTRY WATCH

Exclusive Web Content | Medicare Tools for the Independent

Matt Johnson and Flaviu Simihaian have created an iPad-based, interactive Medicare plan comparison tool for the independent pharmacy market.


Exclusive Web Content | voiceTech at 20

After 20 years of installing IVR system in pharmacies, voiceTech company co-founder and President Tim Garofalo explains how the company grew out of a phone conversation with his mother. From its beginnings handling inbound calls with an IVR system and five employees, the Sarasota, Fla., now has over 30 employees, and pharmacy clients in the United States and Canada.

Featured Pharmacist | Jeffrey Fenerty, R.Ph.

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.