According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 75 percent of physician office visits involve drug therapy, and more than 50 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription medicine, making pharmacies a key element in a patient’s care plan.
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QS/1's pharmacy management systems are flexible, scalable software solutions
that can fit the needs of any business — big or small.
Enhance your pharmacy's overall productivity with tools to simplify workflow, process claims, manage inventory, and more.
SharpRx packs usability, efficiency and affordability into one easy-to-use system while QS/1 packs productivity and profitability into everything we do for pharmacy.
Provides easy-to-use tools to manage inventory and third party billing for home medical equipment providers (HME).
QS/1 products include many functions and you can customize your software with optional product modules.
QS/1 is more than just your pharmacy management software vendor – we are a part of your team. And as your team member, we want to ensure you are aware of everything our software and services have to offer so you can get the most out of your pharmacy management system.
The daily life of the pharmacist is busy, sometimes chaotic and incredibly fast-paced. Prioritizing and establishing a plan to tackle your work day may seem impossible in this environment, but it is essential to your productivity. At times, it may seem like time is your enemy fighting against you and moving too quickly for you to keep up; but the truth is time is your biggest ally. In fact, there are 168 hours in every week.
Cyber security. Hackers. Viruses. Data breaches. These words have become so ubiquitous in our daily lives that they don’t quite pack the same punch they used to…unless they affect you. Chances are, you have been the victim of a cyber-related mishap, either personally or professionally, and dangers seem to lurk everywhere. Even mundane tasks, like clicking an email attachment, visiting an ATM or paying for gas at the pump with a credit card, have become risky.
Unlike years past, it’s not as financially feasible to operate a traditional retail pharmacy in rural and underserved communities. To help combat this challenge, pharmacists are using new telepharmacy technology to serve patients who struggle with pharmacy access.
2018 Customer Conference
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS)
DEA EPCS Certification through ComplySmart
ePAP for ePrescribing Networks
HNAP EHN for clearinghouse health networks