On Friday, October 16, 2020, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a partnership with two chain pharmacies to deliver COVID-19 vaccine options to LTC facilities.
With the recent HHS ruling allowing state-licensed pharmacists to administer a COVID-19 vaccine (when available), the federal government set expectations: pharmacies will be part of the pandemic’s immunization solution.
Community pharmacists’ hard work to provide more accessible healthcare is increasingly being recognized by payers. This can provide new revenue to offset decreased prescription reimbursements. But what do pharmacists need to know to start taking advantage of medical billing?
You’ve probably noticed headlines in states like Ohio, Tennessee, and Washington: pharmacists can bill as medical providers. But how do you move from news headline to daily workflow?
The gap between routines and possibilities is sometimes smaller than we realize, and it’s a nice surprise when we find out we can accomplish our goals with something we already have.
When QS/1 talks about the Community of Now in some of our emails and social posts, we’re calling out our focus on today’s independent pharmacists: who they are, what they need, and the support they deserve.
RedSail Technologies, LLC, is partnering with OmniSYS, LLC, to deliver clinical solutions to community and long-term care pharmacies. This collaboration will offer enhanced clinical services and provide untapped revenue streams that will help set pharmacies apart from the competition.
(Spartanburg, SC – June 3, 2020) QS/1 is excited to announce the launch of the iQ Virtual Series. This online educational experience will take the place of the much anticipated 2020 iQ Conference, cancelled earlier this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. The iQ Virtual Series will offer product training, industry education, CE credits, and provide […]
When gathering face-to-face with hundreds of people isn’t advisable, does professional learning and networking need to wait, too? Not at all. You just take the face-to-face out of it.
While nearly every state has a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP), not all of the data collected crosses state lines to other pharmacies and healthcare providers.
We’ve talked about the impact of COVID-19 on community pharmacists, along with their creative, dedicated workarounds to keep serving patients. But nothing helps like hearing what a fellow pharmacist is actually doing – let’s see how Moundsville Pharmacy has adapted its workflow.
Previously unusual sights now seem like the new normal – face masks, taped lines every 6 feet, and empty spots instead of paper products. But something else has become recognizable amidst COVID-19: gratitude to frontline workers like community pharmacists.