Jennifer Wilcox

11
Jul

Current and Resolved Drug Shortages and Discontinuations Reported to FDA

A drug receives Resolved status when the Drug Shortages Staff (DSS) determines that the market is covered, based on information from all manufacturers. The market is considered covered when supply is available from at least one manufacturer to cover total market demand. However, some manufacturers may not have all presentations available. DSS monitors the supply of products with Resolved status.

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4
Jan

The Art and Science of Inventory Management

By Maggie Lockwood, VP/ Sr editor at ComputerTalk                                             INVENTORY MANAGEMENT, such as having a variety of medications on the shelf ready for the walk-in customer, is as much an art as it is a science. “I didn’t want our service to suffer,” says Chris Schiller, Pharm.D., who co-owns the four-store Economy Pharmacy with his wife, Becky. To eliminate surplus while still

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4
Jan

Non-perpetual Inventory Versus Perpetual Inventory: Either System Benefits from Datarithm

by Jennifer Wilcox, Senior Account Executive, Datarithm Non-perpetual inventory systems are inefficient, as inventory levels are not real time, dollars invested are inaccurate, and orders are not based on forecasted demand. Read The Cover Story ⇒  Manage Inventory to Grow Your Pharmacy Non-perpetual with Datarithm results in cleaning data stored in the pharmacy management system, resulting in accurate on-hands with the suggested best order

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18
Dec

Manage Inventory to Grow Your Pharmacy

by Will LockwoodVP | Senior Editor – Computer Talk Magazine          A pharmacy’s inventory is one of its biggest budget line items, and an area that requires daily attention. As such it can be one of two things. Managed poorly, it’s a drain on your time and cash flow. Managed intelligently, there is a wide range of positives.

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