On Monday, October 6, a number of prescription drugs changed classification under the Controlled Substances Act. All hydrocodone combination products (HCPs) are now Schedule II substances, which are more tightly controlled.
It was standing room only during our sponsored Lunch and Learn session with Sam Stolpe, PharmD, Director of Quality Strategies at the Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA), and a Next-Generation Pharmacist Rising Star of the year finalist. As a member ...
We’re so proud of Parata customer, Gateway Apothecary in St. Louis, Mo., for receiving the Peter M. Fox Excellence in HIV Credentialing Award, presented annually by the American Academy of HIV Medicine.
Parata recently joined the Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA). Together, Parata and PQA are committed to improving the quality of medication management and patient health care through a collaborative process. Pharmacy Quality Alliance (PQA) is a consensus-based, multi-stakeholder membership organization ...
We’re pleased to announce that Parata Max pharmacy automation dispensing technology has once again achieved the UL Environment (a business division of UL) GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Gold Certifications for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage.
This eLearning series addresses the changing health care environment, the importance of technology as a tool to achieve improved care and efficiency, and the opportunities for pharmacists to play new strategic roles.
Pharmacists are starting to get the attention they deserve, from players who matter. Legislators, industry leaders, insurers, providers and patients are recognizing that pharmacists have a critical role to play on an integrated health care team.
This eLearning series addresses the changing healthcare environment, the importance of technology as a tool to achieve improved care and efficiency, and the opportunities for pharmacists to play new strategic roles.
This eLearning series, which we will release over six weeks, addresses the changing healthcare environment, the importance of technology as a tool to achieve improved care and efficiency, and the opportunities for pharmacists to play new strategic roles.
In the long-standing traditional model of healthcare, providers and payers act in silos, without communicating with the patient or with each other. To provide more efficient, effective patient care, our system must change. In this second part of our ...
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