Patient Care

When Less Is More – Pharmacists’ Role in Deprescribing

Chances are, you’re still filling a prescription for a patient years after you first dispensed it. You’ve probably also had to alert patients or their doctors that a prescription they brought in might not be a good fit with what they’re currently taking. With so much of healthcare becoming drug based, it was probably inevitable that people would end up being prescribed more meds, for longer, than is good for them.


Combating Obesity – The Pharmacist’s Role

Over recent decades, obesity has grown into a global health crisis where 38% of U.S. adults and more than 17% of children are currently obese. A 2015 study revealed statistics that are even more alarming: more than 600 million adults and 100 million children worldwide are considered obese.


Equipping You for Patient Care

Of all the caregivers a patient encounters, community pharmacists are often the most accessible. There is increasing focus on how their availability and clinical know-how can be used to create better outcomes for patients, particularly the high-risk and chronically ill.


Personalized Pharmacotherapy

Remember wondering: When will I ever use pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) modeling? Recall constant musing over: How will I keep my patients loyal to me? Or, how can I have a new revenue stream that ties into my professional license? Well, enter personalized and precision pharmacotherapy.


Communication + Branding = Connecting with Customers

Communication is one of the key components of a successful business; communicating internally with your staff and externally with your customers and the local community you serve. It’s critical that the message you’re communicating internally aligns with the message that makes its way to the masses.


Pharmacists Are Like Shortstops Behind the Counter

I remember my dad taking me to watch the Atlanta Braves play the St. Louis Cardinals. I’ll never forget the Cardinals making their arrival, because their shortstop – Ozzie Smith – took the field with a trot, a cartwheel and a backflip. If a back flipping shortstop doesn’t make your heart race, you may not be a baseball fan. Theatrics aside, shortstops are exciting because they are often defensive captains whom others take cues from, the link between the infield and outfield and the second base ghost that keeps runners honest. Similarly, pharmacists are becoming the captains of the patient healthcare team: implementing patient care plans; connecting healthcare team members, patients and family members with meaningful assessments and therapy data; keeping conditions in check and intervening when necessary.


About QS/1

QS/1 is the leader in pharmacy management systems, providing software for community pharmacies in an ever-changing and dynamic healthcare marketplace. We are, and have always been, customer focused, and our software solutions help independent, chain, hospital outpatient pharmacies, and HME businesses remain relevant, profitable, and proficient through technology. QS/1 is the only vendor with an integrated suite of products and services, including POS, IVR, document management, mobile and delivery apps, prescription synchronization, and HME billing and compliance. We also offer the industry’s only 24/7 Emergency Customer Support. QS/1 is part of Smith Technologies, LLC, a subsidiary of the J M Smith Corporation, one of the largest privately held companies in South Carolina.

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