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
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
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.