OmniSYS, a medical claims billing, Medicare compliance and pharmacy patient engagement solutions company is bringing voiceTech and its Fusion-Rx platform into its suite of pharmacy solutions with a recent acquisition.
The new company is named Change Healthcare and combines substantially all of CHC’s business and the majority of McKesson Technology Solutions.
Company adds customer-inspired features designed to further increase productivity and prescription throughput at central fill pharmacy sites.
The new product is intended to assist pharmacists in improving their patients’ medication adherence.
Tech utilizes LED lights to illuminate the prescription in the drawer where it’s kept, limiting the amount of time a pharmacist will spend looking for a filled prescription.
DSN associate editor David Salazar examines the state of the pharmacy industry, including generics, automation and technology, in this multi-page report.
Product intended to help pharmacies increase profits outside of the annual Medicare enrollment period.
Since it launched its ScripTalk audible labels, En-Vision America has worked to make prescription labels more accessible for patients who might be visually impaired and thus require an audible label, larger print label or Braille label. And this year, the company is expanding its accessibility by offering label translations into 17 languages.
Increasingly, pharmacies are turning to automation as a way to increase efficiency and free up their pharmacists — employing everything from lower-cost, in-store automation to sophisticated robotics systems that help make central fill operations more efficient and reduce dispensing costs.