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The Solution for Pharmacist Burn Out and Bettering the Bottom Line

With mounting challenges stacked on top of pharmacists who are already under water, how do we bring the profession back from the precipice? Technology to manage, monitor and master prescription drug inventory.

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Solving the Pharmacy Supply Chain Conundrum with Innovation, Data Analytics and Superior Customer Service

Pharmacies are no stranger to supply & demand issues, and now, in the midst of the vaccine rollout, the complexities are greater than ever. OrderInsite’s innovative and comprehensive technology solution helps pharmacies make informed decisions about their supply chain operations, with the added bonus of partnering with a company you can trust.

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5 Reasons Retail Pharmacies Are Prepared For Fall’s Perfect Storm​

The CDC predicts a not-so-sunny future for public health this fall. Surprising? Not quite. However, retail pharmacies may be one of the few healthcare entities poised to weather the storm ahead.

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The Opioid Epidemic’s Data Problem

In looking at parallels between COVID-19 and opioid abuse, two of the country’s most prominent public health emergencies in the last decade, there is a stark and alarming difference in the role data has played in how each crisis has unfolded and been addressed.

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In a Tumultuous Time, Tech Helps Pharmacies Be Their Own Best Advocate

Already under a microscope for its role in proliferating America’s opioid crisis, it was unsurprising that AmerisourceBergen, one of the country’s largest drug wholesalers and distributors, made headlines again earlier this year when it settled with the California Board of Pharmacy over providing distributors and pharmacies with excessive quantities of pain medications.

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Tech to Help Overworked and Overwhelmed Pharmacists Prioritize Patient Safety

Patients put an enormous amount of faith in pharmacists, landing the profession the fourth highest ranking in Gallup’s 2019 poll of professions Americans consider to be the most honest and ethical.

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