JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. — Online pharmacy HealthWarehouse.com plans to implement Innovation’s PharmASSIST Quick Start high-volume technology for its online/mail order pharmacy in Florence, Ky.
Innovation said Wednesday that HealthWarehouse.com’s custom Quick Start system includes the PharmASSIST RDS robotic dispensing technology with Model 4 dispensers, which all count simultaneously and self-calibrate the dispensing of new medications.
“Deploying Innovation’s scalable, high-volume pharmacy automation lays the foundation for our rapid growth and expansion while maintaining our high standards of excellence in patient care and services,” HealthWarehouse.com president and chief executive officer Joseph Peters said in a statement. “In our search for the right solution, Innovation set itself apart with its combination of premier robotics and highly configurable pharmacy workflow technology tailored to our unique requirements.”
The system also features pneumatic vial/cap delivery, a conveyor and several PharmASSIST Symphony workstations for manual filling, digital pharmacist verification (PV2), collation, packaging and manifest/sortation.
“We’re excited to partner with HealthWarehouse and provide a highly automated, low-labor, right-sized solution that not only scales with them as they grow, but delivers exceptional efficiency for their Rx fulfillment,” commented Doyle Jensen, executive vice president of global business development at pharmacy automation provider Innovation.
Licensed in all 50 states, HealthWarehouse.com is the nation’s largest VIPPS-accredited online pharmacy. The company noted that it only sells drugs that are Food and Drug Administration-approved and legal for sale in the United States.
“One of the key determining factors in choosing Innovation’s pharmacy solution was its inherent ability to scale for future growth,” Peters added. “The system’s open architecture also easily accommodated our proprietary e-commerce/pharmacy management system platform for servicing online customers and pharmacy workflow.”
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