High-Volume and Mail-Service Pharmacy

High-volume and mail-service pharmacy is primarily focused on prescription fulfillment for central-fill or mail service, using significant levels of automation, including dispensing robots, conveyors, baggers, and more.

The Adherence Advantage: SynMed Automation Gives Flexibility in Multidose Dispensing (3 of 3)

In this final installment with ComputerTalk’s Maggie Lockwood, Synergy Medical founder Jean Boutin shares the reaction from pharmacists who have installed the multidose packaging automation, SynMed, as well as plans for the company over the next six months. Third of three parts.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | Fairview Pharmacy Services

More from Fairview Pharmacy Services' Kyle Skiermont, Pharm.D., vice president of operations, on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | Kinney Drugs

More from Kinney Drugs' Dave Adsit, R.Ph., director of pharmacy operations on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | Medical Center Pharmacy

More from Medical Center Pharmacy's George Awad, R.Ph., director of pharmacy, on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | The Pharmacy Counter

More from The Pharmacy Counter's Bryan Coehrs, Pharm.D., director of pharmacy operations, on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | Thrifty White

More from Thrifty White's Tanya Schmidt, Pharm.D., central sites operation manager, on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

Central Fill Process and Logistics | United Rx

More from UnitedRx's Ami Patel, Pharm.D., director of pharmacy, on how the pharmacy has built its central-fill process flows and logistics.

The Adherence Advantage: SynMed Automation Gives Flexibility in Multidose Dispensing (1 of 3)

Synergy Medical Founder Jean Boutin saw that while pharmacists were eager to meet their customers’ rising demand for multidose blister packs, they quickly realized how painstaking and error-prone dispensing in the cards the task could be. First of three parts.