DURHAM, N.C. — Mutual Drug has entered into a strategic alliance with scripClip to introduce the pick-to-light will-call system to pharmacies. Mutual Drug, based in Durham, North Carolina, helps ensure that its members are successful through strong group buying power, transparent pricing, improved access to products and services, legislative advocacy, and a full suite of
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — The board of directors of PerceptiMed announced Tuesday that Frank Starn has been appointed chief executive officer. Citing the success the company is having with its scripClip pick-to-light will call system, Dr. Rod Markin, PerceptiMed chairman, said the time had come for the company to bring on a CEO with a
SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Smith Drug Co. has entered into a non-exclusive agreement to distribute the PerceptiMed, scripClip will-call system to pharmacies. The agreement provides for Smith Drug to train their field sales and customer support personnel to help pharmacies take advantage of the customer service and patient safety features of the scripClip will-call management system.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — PerceptiMed, the makers of the scripClip pick-to-light will call system announced Wednesday that Sandstone Pharmacies, of Calgary, Alberta, Canada have agreed to install the system in nine more of their pharmacies. Bruce Winston, chief executive officer of the 20-store chain says that the workflow and customer service benefits of the system
OMAHA — Nebraska Medicine, the largest health care facility in Nebraska, has just completed a major upgrade to its flagship outpatient pharmacy. According to Vince Jorn, director of community based pharmacy services, the newly expanded pharmacy tripled in size from 2500 to 7500 square feet. “The big news is not just that that we have expanded
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — PerceptiMed has named three industry veterans to its sales team. The appointments of A.J. Lipka, Jonathan Jacobs and Lori Lewonski expand the company’s sales and marketing organization to eight members. Lipka, Jacobs and Lewonski have extensive experience selling software, technology and services within the health care/pharmacy business-to-consumer and business-to-business markets, particularly
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — Kesavan Srikumar has joined pharmacy automation provider PerceptiMed Inc. as senior director of manufacturing. PerceptiMed noted that Srikumar brings more than 30 years of manufacturing experience to the company. Previously, he held management positions at Solectron, Flextronics and Aviat Networks. Srikumar, known as “Sri,” holds BE (Indian Institute of Science, India)