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Pharmacogenetics in the Pharmacy: What’s Ahead

Unlike traditional drug interaction alerts that pop up the pharmacy system, pharmacogenetics takes into account how an individual metabolism processes a drug. With more...
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ASCP Launches Senior Care Pharmacist Directory

Now’s the time to make sure your name is included in the new Senior Care Pharmacist Directory, launched today at HelpWithMyMeds.org. The directory, jointly...

ComputerTalk Talks: Technology Friend or Foe?

ComputerTalk Talks is a new feature we’re offering on ComputerTalk’s Facebook page to our followers and readers of our magazine. Each...

Synergy Medical Installs First Ultra in U.S.

Synergy automation provides the speed and accuracy of robotic filling while providing flexibility to pharmacies to use the compliance packaging their customers prefer. The company’s...

Kevin Welch: Focus as the First Step to Success

Kevin Welch, in addition to his role as President, Integra LTC Solutions, is now also the CTO for parent company J M Smith Corporation....

2018 Outlook: The View from OmniSYS CEO John King

CT: Where do you see pharmacy owners putting their technology investment dollars in 2018? John King: 2018 will continue to see pharmacies invest in technology...

Financing Pharmacy Automation

ComputerTalk likes to feature pharmacies who are investing in technology to not just solve business problems but to allow for growth. In our Sept/Oct...

Ready for the Exhibit Hall

11 October 2017 The NCPA Annual Convention begins Oct. 14 in Orlando, and in addition to educational sessions, networking, and business takeaways, several hundred vendors...

Disaster Planning: Ready to Help

This fall has once again brought to mind the need to have a regular backup routine and a disaster plan in place for your...

Featured Vendors at ComputerTalk.com

Computers have served as the hub of the pharmacy for 30-plus years now (it’s the reason ComputerTalk was founded). Today this is still true....