The EnterpriseRx pharmacy management system from McKesson Pharmacy Systems & Automation (MPS&A) has been recognized as a category leader in the "2013 Best in KLAS: Software and Services" report.


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McKesson Rx system dubbed as category leader

March 10th, 2014

LIVONIA, Mich. – The EnterpriseRx pharmacy management system from McKesson Pharmacy Systems & Automation (MPS&A) has been recognized as a category leader in the "2013 Best in KLAS: Software and Services" report.

MPS&A said Friday that KLAS, an independent health care research organization, reserves the Category Leader designation for vendors that lead select market segments with software solutions designed to help health professionals provide better care for their patients.

“We are proud to earn KLAS' recognition for the outstanding technology that EnterpriseRx offers the health system market," stated Emilie Ray, vice president and general manager, outpatient, at MPS&A. "We believe our pharmacy management system's strong ranking in this industry is a reflection of our commitment to provide world-class pharmacy solutions to pharmacists, physicians and patients."

A cloud-based, centrally hosted system, EnterpriseRx is designed to allow pharmacists to run a patient-centered business by sharpening operational efficiencies behind the counter so pharmacists can spend more time on clinical programs such as medication adherence, medication therapy management and distribution of specialty drugs, according to MPS&A.

"EnterpriseRx has set its self apart in operational efficiency and support of clinical programs, but our next focus is on connectivity between providers throughout the health system," commented Nathan Mott, president of MPS&A. "With the backing of McKesson and our involvement in the CommonWell Health Alliance, we are looking forward to being at the forefront of an initiative that connects pharmacy to the continuum of care."

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