Datarithm has announced that 37 new pharmacy clients since January are using its pharmacy inventory management tools.
Key findings from our annual survey on where the pharmacy chains stand with technology. Despite the disruption the coronavirus has caused, pharmacy and its technology partners appear to have weathered this unprecedented event. Chain pharmacies continue to invest in technology solutions to increase the efficiency of the workplace, while invoking new approaches to not only improve patient outcomes but also increase prescription volume.
With pharmacies being busier than ever these days, we polled system vendors and users to find out which software feature or application used increases operating efficiency. From developing new workflows to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic to revising steps to meet new business demands and goals, from how automation can impact workflow to how to work with your vendor to fine tune your pharmacy operations – Here’s what we found.
STILL MANAGING INVENTORY MANUALLY?Are there still pharmacies relying on a single person to manage inventory manually?Does that person have a great deal of head...
Learn more at www.datarithm.coNon-perpetual inventory systems are inefficient, as inventory levels are not real time, dollars invested are inaccurate, and orders are not based...
Founded in 1989, SaluMed Pharmacy operates two locations that have always centered on the primary goal of fulfilling the needs of the central Long Island,...
When the California State Board of Pharmacy revised its regulations to mandate a quarterly physical count of Schedule II medications starting April 1, it raised...