Technology is crucial to building on the momentum pharmacies gained during the pandemic. Retailers and suppliers on the following pages delve into how technological advances can free up pharmacists for greater patient interaction and to provide new services. They discuss the integral role of technology in pharmacy offerings from vaccinations to help with home diagnostics.
The pandemic and resultant staff shortages continue to heighten challenges for pharmacists, making them ever more dependent on technological advances. In this virtual roundtable, retailers and suppliers probe the implications of COVID-19 for pharmacy technology at this juncture. They also ponder what the future may hold, whether there is a return to normal or not.
JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. — Innovation has named Alecia Lashier executive vice president of technology, with a primary focus on continued growth and investments in support of the PharmASSIST platform. The company also appointed Phil Samples executive vice president and general manager, with a focus on operations and continued growth of the business. Brian Williams will
JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. — Pharmacy automation provider Innovation has rolled out PharmASSIST Light-Way storage and retrieval technology for retail, central-fill/mail-order pharmacies. Innovation said Tuesday that PharmASSIST Light-Way can be employed in pharmacy will-call management, prescription order collation and inventory management processes. With highly configurable cabinetry, the intelligent pick-to-light technology uses multicolor light strips and various
JOHNSON CITY, N.Y. — Client feedback led to some of the enhancements made in recent releases of the PharmASSIST Symphony for High Volume workflow and operations platform, according to pharmacy automation provider Innovation. The pharmacy technology company said Wednesday that the customer-driven features, part of a series of interim releases of Symphony for High Volume