LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Kirby Lester has unveiled updates for its top-selling tablet counter devices, the KL1 and KL1Plus, for retail, hospital outpatient and long-term care pharmacies. The pharmacy automation company said the tabletop-sized devices, first introduced in 2011, have helped thousands of community pharmacies fill prescriptions safely and efficiently. The 2016 updates include features
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — This month, Kirby Lester marked its 10th year under the ownership and leadership of president Garry Zage. Zage and a team of investors purchased Kirby Lester from co-founder Rod Lester in September 2005, and in 2007 the pharmacy automation company’s operations were consolidated in its current Lake Forest, Ill., headquarters. Kirby
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The majority of award-winning community pharmacies use Kirby Lester prescription dispensing technology, according to an analysis by the pharmacy automation provider. Kirby Lester said Wednesday that of the U.S. community pharmacies that received a major national pharmacy award since 2013, 15 out of 26 use on Kirby Lester prescription dispensing technology.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Community pharmacies that used scan-verification and counting technology prevented an average of 2.7 potential prescription errors per week, according to a national study by Kirby Lester. The pharmacy automation technology provider said Tuesday that 75% of pharmacies in the study reported a significant rise in their staff’s awareness of the potential
LAKE FOREST, Ill. – A study by pharmacy automation provider Kirby Lester LLC found that 97% of its KL60 and KL100 pharmacy robot users reported their device improved their pharmacy’s operations. The company said Tuesday that the July 2014 Kirby Lester Robotics User Satisfaction study — including retail and outpatient pharmacies across the United States,