Automated workflow, for improved quality assurance, includes TCGRx multi-dose packaging, bar-coded workflow and a visual analyzer. Pharmacy Manager Donald Brindisi shared how automated adherence packaging is more efficient for providers and produces better outcomes for patients in this PharmaNewsIntelligence article.
- TCGRx multi-dose compliance packaging features a seven-day supply, exchanged by a Masonic Village Pharmacy technician. Multi-dose packaging reduces medication errors by up to 8% and reduces med pass time. If requested, we can also do SmartCard blister cards.
- Bar-coded technology reduces filling errors at the pharmacy and helps nursing staff reduce errors with improper dosing and drug administration.
- Shorter day supplies lower facility charges by reducing the exposure to discontinued medications.
- Through our partnership with QS1 software, we are able to provide bi-directional communication via NCPDP SCRIPT or HL7 interface that connects with numerous electronic health record systems, including PCC, MatrixCare, iMAR and Netsmart.