(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.
ShipRx, formerly known as NRx Delivery®, is a combination of our NRx® Pharmacy Management and Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems that provides the best shipping solution in pharmacy, providing access to multiple features that will allow you to manage prescription shipment and delivery.
(Spartanburg, SC – August 29, 2016) On the heels of completing the 2016 Customer Conference, QS/1 is excited to announce details for next year’s conference.
Value-Based Payment Reforms and Long-Term Care Pharmacy Opportunities: Hurricane on the Horizon or Smooth Sailing?
The pace of healthcare reform has never moved faster. Tectonic changes are shifting healthcare from a volume-based to a value-based business model. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the nation’s largest payer of healthcare expenses, is leading the charge. Perspective is important when tallying America’s healthcare bill.
Taking into consideration the phrase, “medications do not work in patients who do not take them,” and the statistic that 50 percent of the patients that enter your pharmacy suffer from a chronic condition, it stands to reason that the healthcare community is becoming more focused on patient adherence.
Pharmacists continuously strive to provide new, comprehensive and valuable services to ensure better care for patients. With the rapid adoption of electronic prior authorization (ePA), many find it is an effective way to free up staff by moving away from an archaic paper workflow to allow time to accomplish other goals.