Adults 65 years of age and older may be your most unique customers. These patients play a significant role in the success of pharmacies – retail, specialty and long-term care. According to the Administration for Community Living’s report on health and healthcare, seniors are likely to have multiple chronic conditions.
On July 22, 2016, President Obama signed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) into law. This is the first major federal addiction legislative package in decades and is designed to tackle the opioid epidemic through a six-part initiative: prevention, treatment, recovery, law enforcement, criminal justice reform and overdose reversal.
QS/1 is excited to release the first pharmacy-to-agency interface for Therap, the leading provider in electronic records and documentation in long-term care (LTC) environments for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
In an effort to continuously create solutions that help pharmacies adapt to their ever-evolving operating environment, QS/1 is launching a new Document Management system, QDM®. This resource was developed as a way to help pharmacies successfully manage documentation needs while enhancing patient and partner engagement.
(Spartanburg, SC – October 6, 2016) QS/1, a national leader in pharmacy software technology, announced it has released an enhanced interface with PointClickCare, the leading cloud-based software for the senior care continuum.
(Spartanburg, SC – October 5, 2016) QS/1 has announced the release of an interface from its Workflow process to the eNGAGE Patient Management platform.
According to 2014 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data, 78 Americans die from an opioid overdose each day. The CDC has declared that the U.S. has a prescription drug abuse epidemic.
To say that there’s a lot going on in healthcare is an understatement. About the only thing certain in pharmacy today is that it will continue to change. Part of the change is the fluidity of the healthcare market. The other part is the consumer. Not only are they changing how they approach decisions in healthcare, but tomorrow’s pharmacy customers will be vastly different from today’s baby boomers.
QS/1’s Document Management System (QDM) provides a way to manage documents in QS/1’s NRx® Pharmacy Management System. Documents may be entered into the system via fax, upload, scan or sent as an attachment in an email. All documents are encrypted and stored on the QDM server’s hard drive.
A community pharmacy needs innovative tools to perform its daily tasks confidently and efficiently, which is why QS/1 made that the primary objective of its newest pharmacy management system, SharpRx.