BestRx announces scripClip interface

Sandra Levy
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Pharmacy management systems provider BestRx Pharmacy Software has developed an interface to support its customers using scripClip, a pick-to-light will-call management system developed by PerceptiMed. 

The interface between scripClip and BestRx was developed to support a pharmacy that Oak Brook, Ill.-based BestRx had just acquired.

“For several years we have been following the impressive work that PerceptiMed has been doing with will-call automation and were looking forward to the opportunity to integrate with their system,” Hemal Desai, BestRx president and CEO said. “When Express Food and Pharmacy chose to switch to BestRx, they told us they were using scripClip so we reached out to PerceptiMed and quickly got to work on the integration. The team at PerceptiMed was great to work with and we were able to get the integration in place in time for the pharmacy’s switch over to BestRx.”

Dishank Patel, owner of Atlanta based Express Food and Pharmacy said, "The system dramatically speeds up the prescription dispensing process. Patients come to the counter, provide their birth date and the system tells the staff member how many bags that patient has waiting and what color LED to look for. The system can easily identify prescriptions that have not been picked up. All we do is hit a button and scripts not picked up are easily identified. We call those patients and invite them to come and get their medications, or, we offer to deliver to them,” 

Frank Starn, PerceptiMed CEO said. “BestRx has well over a thousand installs. We look forward to working with the BestRx team to help many more of their accounts take advantage of the safety, accuracy and customer service benefits scripClip provides."