In 2012, there were more than 1,570,000 inmates in U.S. state and federal prisons, according to data from the Justice Department. More than one third reported a chronic medical condition such as hypertension, asthma, arthritis, cervical cancer and hepatitis.

High turnover and frequent medication changes make medication administration in correctional facilities difficult and time consuming, and administrators are looking for ways to decrease their med pass time and increase safety.

With the right offering to address these challenges, pharmacies can secure contracts with correctional facilities, bringing in big business. Learn how Hal created a winning proposal to secure key contracts.

5 Tips for Pharmacies Serving Correctional Facilities

We tailor our system to match each customer’s needs. For our correctional facilities, we deliver 24-hour fills, so we’re packaging tomorrow’s medications today.”

— Hal Roe

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