Financial anxiety is very much a part of the COVID-19 pandemic. Established business routines have changed dramatically, impacting revenue and costs. The government has responded with the CARES Act, but can it help your pharmacy?
Healthcare workers undoubtedly share many challenges in common during the COVID-19 pandemic, but each specialty also has its own concerns.
It’s not surprising to see how resourceful community pharmacists are being as they serve their communities during COVID-19. But the new, smart, creative ways these pharmacies are reaching their patients deserves showcasing, both to share best practices and to say thank you.
To help provide pharmacists with a little guidance on how best to communicate with patients during these stressful times, we’ve looked to some good sources ourselves.
During the Coronavirus pandemic, pharmacists need reliable information. Read on to learn about sources that can provide some support in uncertain times.
QS/1, the premier pharmacy operating system provider and innovator, is proud to be once again a major sponsor of the Pharmacy Development Services (PDS) Super-Conference, February 27-29.
(Spartanburg, SC – February 10, 2020) QS/1® and Integra® are thrilled to announce the two pharmacy software solution leaders are combining their customer conferences into one immersive, rich event. The inaugural iQ Conference will take place in Louisville, KY May 12 – 15, 2020, bringing experts from community and institutional pharmacy under one roof to share a wealth of educational and networking opportunities.
(Spartanburg, SC – February 3, 2020) QS/1 is pleased to announce a new interface for its SystemOne® and Point-of-Sale software solutions to Integra®’s DeliveryTrack®. This interface will be a game changer for community pharmacies wishing to improve, or begin offering, delivery services. “Prescription delivery has become an integral part of the overall value chain, with […]
As of January 1, new SCRIPT 2017071 officially replaced version 10.6, and it came with potential advantages to pharmacy’s workflow speed and patient care. Have you gotten underway with the new ePrescribing standard? Read on for why you shouldn’t delay. If you receive and transmit electronic prescriptions, you’re probably aware that they conform to a standard set […]
In part 2 last week of our series on the NCPDP’s new standard for ePrescribing, which becomes effective January 1, we talked about the standard’s new ways for pharmacies and prescribers to communicate. In this third installment, we explore an important, if somewhat controversial, update in version 2017071 – the ability to mark a prescription as urgent.
In part 1 last week of our series on the NCPDP’s new standard for ePrescribing, which becomes effective January 1, we talked about the many new fields contained in version 2017071. In this second installment, we explore the standard’s new two-way communication possibilities.
Nobody likes gaps in information that can cause missteps in decision-making. That’s especially true when you’re responsible for someone’s health and safety, and it was a big concern when updating the NCPDP standard for ePrescribing.