Pharmacy Systemness: The Powerful Potential of Consolidated Distribution
A look at how health systems can stem the tide of rising pharmacy costs with a consolidated distribution model.
Pharmacy Systemness, Part Three: Why a Consolidated Distribution Model Makes Sense for Health Systems
The primary benefits of consolidated distribution, and what health systems need to know before getting started.
Commercially Available Unit Dose Products: Enhancing Access to Treatments and Promoting Pharmacy Efficiency
While suppliers are making fewer pre-packaged unit dose treatments available, health system pharmacies still have options for acquiring them. Learn which is best.
Pharmacy Systemness, Part Two: Consolidation Offers a Better Distribution Method for Health Systems
How health systems can gain the benefits of a centralized distribution model without the excessive capital investment.
Pharmacy Systemness, Part One: The Case for Consolidated Distribution
Can health systems implement self-distribution without the capital investment in freestanding warehouse space? Yes.
Health System Pharmacy and Population Health Management
By enhancing existing infrastructure and core assets with emerging technologies, pharmacy can be a driving force in an impactful population health management initiative.
Hospitals, Pharmacies and Value-Based Purchasing
What opportunities does the shift to fee-for-value present for health system pharmacies?
The Truth Behind Three Health Systems Myths: Part Two
Leveraging data to get the total drug purchasing picture.
How Medication Synchronization Makes a Difference
Medication synchronization, the process of coordinating all of a patient’s chronic medications to be filled at the same time each month, is the most valuable program for patients and staff I’ve ever implemented in my flagship store, Moundsville Pharmacy in Moundsville, West Virginia.
Adherence to Oral Oncolytics Requires a Clinically Integrated Approach to Specialty Pharmacy
How greater collaboration between oncologists and pharmacists can drive patient-centered solutions to improve adherence.
How prepackaged unit dose medications can increase safety and efficiency while lowering risk and costs for America’s hospitals