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scripClip is the pick-to-light will-call management system

PerceptiMed, the Silicon Valley-based pharmacy automation company, has announced that they have entered into a co-marketing agreement with EPIC Pharmacies, one of the nation’s leading independent pharmacy group purchasing organizations (or GPO). EPIC Pharmacies and PerceptiMed will work together to introduce the benefits of PerceptiMed’s scripClip™ will-call automation system to their member pharmacies.

Jay Romero, CEO of Maryland-based EPIC Pharmacies, says he believes PerceptiMed’s will-call automation system “will help our member pharmacies operate more efficiently and provide better customer service. I think the patient medication safety benefits of the system are among the strongest reasons a pharmacy will want to install this will-call system.”

Frank Starn, CEO of PerceptiMed, says he is excited about EPIC Pharmacies becoming a co­marketing partner. “EPIC Rx is one of the country’s most progressive GPOs. EPIC Rx has an outstanding reputation and provides outstanding programs and services for its member pharmacies across the country.” Starn adds, as part of the co-marketing agreement, PerceptiMed will exhibit at the 29th Annual EPIC Pharmacies Stockholders Meeting and Trade Show. The trade show will be May 1-3, 2020, in National Harbor, Md.

About EPIC Pharmacies: EPIC Pharmacies is a true co-op of community pharmacies dedicated to personal, quality service and competitive prices. By providing its members with group buying power, provider networks, and managed care solutions essential to delivering quality patient care, EPIC Pharmacies is committed to helping independent pharmacies thrive in today’s chain- saturated marketplace.

About PerceptiMed: Located in Mountain View, CA, PerceptiMed products and services are specifically designed to eliminate human errors in medication dispensing in retail, Long Term Care and Health System pharmacies. The company is driven to make the dispensing and administration of prescription drugs safer. Over 8 million prescriptions have been safely retrieved and distributed to pharmacy customers.