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Innovation names Richardson CEO

Innovation co-president Marvin Richardson will become CEO on April 25, succeeding Mary Reno, and co-president Tom Boyer will become chief strategy officer.

Euclid Medical Products unveils Axial Multi-Dose Machines

Euclid Medical Products is debuting a new line of next generation strip adherence pouch packaging machines and consumables with unit- and multi-dose capabilities.

Pharmacy technology and automation companies are seeing more industry disruption than ever, and in response, they're ratcheting up their products and services to help pharmacies succeed.

EPIC Pharmacies and PerceptiMed will introduce PerceptiMed’s scripClip Will Call Automation system to their member pharmacies.

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Matthew Johnson, Amplicare's co-founder and CEO, will assume the new role of president; J. Bennet Waters will serve as CEO.

Inmar Intelligence has acquired Forerunner Holdings, developers of RxTransparent, a software-as-a-service platform that offers drug supply chain analytics, inventory transparency and regulatory compliance. 

Drug Store News spoke with Greg Wasson about recent developments and his vision for Innovation’s future growth. 

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Innovation has announced its new leadership on the heels of the recent closing of the transaction in which a consortium of investors, led by Greg Wasson, the former Walgreens Boots Alliance CEO, acquired a majority stake in the company.

Pieces of a puzzle with faces on them.

FlavoRx has hired two industry veterans in the wake of growth from its Fillmaster Auto dispensing technology.

Michael Zaccaro, president and CEO of Pharma Logistics, discusses its Rapid Credit Program, which puts the onus on Pharma Logistics, not the pharmacy. 

A pharmacist handing a prescription to a patient.

PerceptiMed’s scripClip will-call automation system will be available to 3,000 PBA Health member pharmacy locations.

Pharmacy technology and automation companies are stepping up to the plate to ensure that pharmacists can juggle their roles successfully. 

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

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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.

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