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The source for technology to add to your pharmacy. The 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.

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Manchac Technologies: The DOSIS Difference

13 Feb, 2015

Robotic solution is for filling blister cards, and fills, seals, and patient labels with direct interface to pharmacy software. Fills on demand and prepacks hands-free, including after hours, and based on start dates, quantity, and even anniversary filling for 1–31 doses per card.  

The Difference

 The DOSIS L60 is the first viable robot that meets all your needs, whether it is handling your highmoving drugs or supplementing your filling needs for the extemporaneous drugs in your formulary. The L60’s advanced counting technology allows DOSIS to dispense directly into the blister card, which enables it to dispense the quantity requested (from 1 to 31), eliminating cross-contamination issues. DOSIS has the ability, based on your pharmacy management system’s capabilities, to adhere to start dates and quantities for anniversary and/or calendar date filling.  »Read More and Post A Comment


QS/1 integrated IVR can save time, limit disruptions

12 Feb, 2015

IVR’s management of inbound and outbound communication is one reason IVR continues to lead the list of productivity-enhancing pharmacy tools with an excellent ROI. 

  • Utilize QS/1’s InstantFill to automatically move prescriptions through workflow with minimal intervention.
  • Optional after-hours-only mode handles requests when the pharmacy is closed. 

  • Inform customers of pickup times based on your pharmacy hours. 

  • Automatically notify customers of prescriptions awaiting pickup. 

  • Notify customers of any prescriptions overdue for a refill. 

  • Send an outbound phone, text, and/or email notification. 

  • Customize voice scripts in a variety of languages and dialects. 

  • Route refill requests directly to the prescription-processing queue. 

  • Make one call to QS/1 for service and support for pharmacy management and IVR. 

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RxMedic: ACS Counting Solution

10 Feb, 2015

 

Simultaneously counts multiple medications in scalable, space-saving designs that support 12 to 96 oral solid medications. ACS can pre-count minimum quantities and offers a fast, fully documented return-to-stock feature, as well as storing digital images of vial contents. Dispense filled prescriptions in any order by simply scanning the prescription label. ACS dispenses the drug directly into the labeled vial. Choose an ACS that fits your workflow: countertop, end-cap, or freestanding. ACS supports barcode scanning and has lockable cells for additional security.  »Read More and Post A Comment


voiceTech IVR handles connecting pharmacy with customers

09 Feb, 2015

Services and solutions for inbound and outbound patient adherence and medication communication with integration to 70-plus pharmacy technology systems. 

voiceTech’s pharmacy growth solutions and technology services are available individually or in just about any combination to meet specific pharmacy needs and budget.   »Read More and Post A Comment


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