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Turning data into an asset

Jill Regan, LexisNexis Risk Solutions - Health Care's director of relationship management, details how automated prescriber verification can help pharmacies save time and headaches when it comes to prescriber data.

Cognivue brings cognitive screening solution to pharmacies

Rochester, N.Y.-based Cognivue is offering its computerized cognitive function test, which is based on Food and Drug Administration-cleared technology.

A pharmacist handing a prescription to a patient.

Mutual Drug and PerceptiMed have entered a strategic alliance to bring the scripClip will-call solution to Mutual Drug's network pharmacies.

A pharmacist handing a prescription to a patient.

Medisafe's new solution covers the entire patient journey, from initiation through drug management, in an effort to deliver improved outcomes.

Market 32 pharmacy counter

The partnership between Price Chopper/Market 32 and Hixny establishes Hixny's health information exchange as the first in New York to contribute pharmacy information across multiple state borders.

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Rite Aid has integrated Apriss Health’s NarxCare platform into its pharmacy workflow to help its pharmacists better identify patients at risk of prescription drug abuse and misuse.

At NACDS Total Store Expo, Drug Store News connected with Ken Stewart, clinical executive with Elsevier, to discuss an approach to data that allows pharmacies to reevaluate their IT approach.

Drug Store News spoke to Melanie Marcus, chief marketing officer at Surescripts, about how electronic prescribing can remove administrative hurdles for pharmacists to spend more time counseling patients.

Drug Store News caught up with Mark Rinker, vice president of sales at Synergy Medical, a Quebec, Canada-based company that makes the SynMed Ultra pharmacy automation solution.

Synergy Medical made Canadian Business and Maclean's 2019 Growth 500 list with five-year revenue growth of 172%.

Salt Lake City-based Azova Health has debuted a new way for pharmacies to offer clinical services directly to consumers with the new Azova Digital Health Marketplace.

QS/1 is teaming up with Therigy in an effort to improve specialty pharmacy operations and simplify the patient care process, the companies said.

United Health Services now has four outpatient pharmacies using Innovation’s PharmASSIST pharmacy automation and workflow platform.

More health plans and PBMs are replacing the manual prior authorization process with Surescripts Electronic Prior Authorization, the company reported recently.

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