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PerceptiMed Shows scripClip Will-Call Management at Pharmacy Trade Shows 

Jul 2017

PerceptiMed, the developer of the scripClip™ Will Call System, announced today its schedule of trade show appearances for the second half of 2017.



 

Read about how Purdue University Pharmacy is using scripClip automated will-call system from PerceptiMed to make improvements in retrieval time and safety.   

PerceptiMed will be demonstrating a live scripClip system at AmerisourceBergen ThoughtSpot (Las Vegas) and Cardinal Health RBC (San Antonio) in July, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Show Expo (San Diego) in August, and the NCPA Annual Convention (Orlando) in October.

PerceptiMed’s advanced desktop verification/counting system, IdentRx™ will also be exhibited at selected conferences.

PerceptiMed helps pharmacies provide higher levels of customer satisfaction in their will call operations while reducing labor costs. Pharmacies save time by quickly, electronically locating will call prescriptions and also by not having to file prescription bags either alphabetically or numerically. Every will call prescription is continuously tracked by the scripClip pharmacy application. Prescriptions can even be tracked beginning at central fill. scripClips are offered in different form factors, giving pharmacy cashiers the power to quickly locate prescriptions in will call paper bags and hanging bags. The located prescription will flash and optionally sound when located. Misfiled prescriptions are now a problem of the past. Customers receive their prescriptions faster and without errors caused by misidentification.



PerceptiMed is a privately held pharmacy automation company located in Mountain View, CA. PerceptiMed is driven to make the dispensing and administration of prescription drugs safer. Its groundbreaking technology sets the industry standard for medication verification.

For additional information, contact Terry Cater, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at 650.941.7000 opt. 1


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