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COVID-19 Propels Remote Work for Pharmacy Teams

COVID-19 has brought about many new trends in pharmacy technology – from using artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to anticipate drug shortages to dedicated automated dispensing cabinets for COVID-19 units. One of the biggest changes to hospital pharmacy, however, is the use of technology to embrace virtual working models. “The stay-at-home orders during COVID-19 really

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The Expanding Role of Pharmacists: A Positive Shift for the Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed a spotlight on the vital role of pharmacists within healthcare teams and their ability to provide a wide range of patient care services. Recent developments are advancing provider status for pharmacists and show the potential for long-term changes within the profession. “Momentum for provider status has been increasing for a

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Will COVID-19 Spur Permanent Change in Pharmacy Operations?

As the country begins to re-open, COVID-19 has triggered many changes and innovations to the practice of pharmacy. The pandemic has forced pharmacy leaders to rethink care delivery and operations – from using artificial intelligence to anticipate COVID-related drug shortages to accelerating provider status to meet the demand for testing and treatment. Over the next

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A Thank You to Our Hospital Front-line Staff

There are not enough words that we can offer to show our gratitude for our front-line team members. Their service, dedication and compassion fuels the fight against COVID-19. Thank you for all that you have done and continue to do. Stay safe, and stay strong!

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Dangers of Self-Treatment for COVID-19

After news of a California couple taking treatment into their own hands with devastating outcomes, we wanted to provide some information on drugs that are currently under FDA investigation for the treatment of COVID-19. Hydroxychloroquine (Plaquenil) and chloroquine (Aralen) are two potential therapeutic options for COVID-19. These medications have been around for years and are

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3 Ways to Enhance Your Hospital’s Pharmacy Revenue

Hospital executives seeking to enhance revenue may turn to pharmacy to develop new revenue streams. Though it is often thought to be a high cost center, the pharmacy can also be a great source of revenue. Executive teams should work closely with pharmacy leadership to identify and develop opportunities that will bring in additional revenue.

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3 Key Data Points Hospital CEOs Should Know About Their Hospital’s Pharmacy

Most CEOs agree that the complexities of running a hospital have increased particularly as it relates to their pharmacy department. So, how well do you know your pharmacy? By harnessing the power of analytics, healthcare leaders can gain valuable insight and leverage their pharmacy department as a strategic asset that contributes to the overall mission

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3 in 5 Episode 1: Top 3 Hospital Pharmacy Trends of 2020

This video is a part of the CompleteRx educational series, 3 in 5. The 3 in 5 series covers hospital pharmacy news, trends, and more and is delivered via videos, blog posts and podcasts. CompleteRx will be publishing new 3 in 5 content via our blog and sharing to our social networks, monthly. Follow us

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Top 7 Hospital Pharmacy Trends in 2020

As we enter into the New Year, we sat down with our President and CEO, Terry Andrus and our COO, Rick Burnett to discuss the industry trends hospital pharmacies can anticipate moving into the new decade. Both Andrus and Burnett agree some trends seem to never go out of style, like the challenges with drug

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