Momentum continues to build toward the integration of pharmacists into the overall healthcare team, recognized (and reimbursed) for their clinical knowledge and patient care.
Policymakers in Washington, DC, are exploring reforms to Medicare Part D that could mark the most significant changes to the popular program since its inception in 2006.
(Spartanburg, SC – March 15, 2018) QS/1 continues to be at the forefront of pharmacy innovation, having received Level 2 Capability from Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) for the Pharmacist eCare Plan.
“Good, good, good . . . good vibrations.” Remember when you used to sing that ditty in the shower as you got ready for work? Now, you’re trying to come up with a plausible excuse to call in sick, which is tough if you’re the boss or the only pharmacist on duty that day.
From pharmacy’s inception, patients have arrived at the door seeking more than medicine – and although selling side items is nothing new, dwindling profits on prescriptions make it increasingly important for revenue.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – J M Smith Corporation has announced that its leading innovative technology solutions will now be under the leadership of Kevin Welch. Former QS/1 President, Saul Factor, RPh will lead the wholesale distribution business units Smith Drug Company and Burlington Drug Company.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – February 26, 2018 – J M Smith Corporation has announced that its leading innovative technology solutions will now be under the leadership of Kevin Welch. Saul Factor, RPh, who was the President of QS/1, will lead the wholesale distribution business units Smith Drug Company and Burlington Drug Company.
The first time I heard the term “wearables,” I immediately pictured Tony Stark gearing up in his Iron Man suit and bringing his closest friend J.A.R.V.I.S. (Just a Rather Very Intelligent System) online, embedded within his headpiece.
Saul Factor has been at the helm of QS/1 for just over six months, and during that time his impact has become apparent both inside and outside QS/1. When he took over the Company in July, he had barely settled into his office before he hit the road, crisscrossing the country on a journey to meet and talk with you, our customers, to get your take on the Company.
In community pharmacies, taking care of patients is a central part of the normal work day. Talking to patients about their health, educating them about a new medical diagnosis or explaining how a new prescription might affect their chronic conditions are just a few examples of daily interactions between staff and patients.