Excellence is a strong word. So, if you use it, you better be able to back it up. Kevin Welch, president of Integra® LTC Solutions, and Saul Factor, president of QS/1, are more than comfortable using this adjective when it comes to the customer-driven strategic realignment of PrimeCare®.
News: Long-Term Care
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.
An updated Interpretive Guidance (IG) was issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on July 5, 2017 that has far-reaching implications for long-term care facilities (LTCFs) and the pharmacists and pharmacies that provide services to residents.
One of the burning questions fueling healthcare provider discussions is: What’s going to happen to the Affordable Care Act? The first answer was provided on March 24, 2017, when House Republican leaders pulled the proposed American Health Care Act legislation from a vote. However, on May 4, 2017, the House passed the American Health Care Act.
If you run or own an independent long-term care (LTC) pharmacy in 2017, you’re probably wondering how your independent LTC pharmacy will compete with chains. There are many things to consider as you look toward the future.
Experience a New Paperwork Formation. Fast, Reliable and Safe: PrimeCare® Enhancements for DocuTrack® and DeliveryTrack®
From a single source come two products that can change the way long-term care (LTC) operations approach two tasks in pharmacy management – document/content and delivery logistics. Integra®’s DocuTrack and DeliveryTrack are essential to LTC pharmacy management, preparing your operation to ensure the best possible transfer and storage of information and products.
In an effort to be proactive, QS/1’s market analysts and sales team keep their fingers on the pulse of what’s happening in the healthcare and pharmacy industries. The industries are in constant flux, so ideologies, practices and technology are as well.
In 1969, a group of entrepreneurial pharmacists, who expanded their community pharmacy businesses to serve residents of nursing facilities, founded the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP).
Time and again, independent community pharmacists have proven themselves to be resilient and savvy businesspeople who can modify and reinvent their practices to adapt to economic challenges.
QS/1 is celebrating its 40th anniversary in the pharmacy industry and wanted to take a glimpse into two pharmacists' perspectives. Despite age and gender gaps, the bond of pharmacy binds Lynn Connelly and Ashley Parker. A generation separates Connelly and Parker. Connelly is what some might classify as “old school,” a registered pharmacist who graduated from pharmacy school nearly three decades ago. Parker is considered “new school,” a Pharm.D. with the proverbial ink still drying on her degree, after being awarded four years ago.