These inspiring case studies feature pharmacies using Parata technology to improve the patient experience, elevate pharmacists’ role, and achieve great business success.
L&S Discount Pharmacy and Parata go way back. So, when Tripp Logan and his father Richard made plans to roll out a new medication adherence program that consolidates patients’ medications, increases convenience, and establishes regular, high-value touch points, they trusted Parata’s Max to help.
Not only have McDowell Professional Pharmacy’s own employees been impressed and pleased with the time Parata Max has given back to them, but the community has also taken notice. Learn more about this Kentucky pharmacy.
NC MedAssist in Charlotte provided life-saving medications to over 15,000 North Carolinians in 2017. With their OTC program, they help another 20,000 families each year. Success with this kind of volume is made possible through a dedicated team, donations and volunteers, and a robot named Max.
Working closely with other healthcare providers in their cohort to improve patient care, Thrive is more than just an open-door pharmacy. With established medication sync programs, their closed-door central fill location uses adherence packaging by Parata to implement a full medication adherence program.
Symbria Rx Services in Warrenville, Illinois, is a pharmacy serving long-term care, skilled nursing, and assisted living facilities in multiple states. They knew to be a leader in this challenging and growing market, they would need state-of-the-art technology. That’s why they turned to Parata.
Watch the video to learn how Care-Fill pharmacy does more for patients thanks to Parata automation solutions.
The television commercials for Medicap Pharmacy featuring PASS Packs draw in new patients from far and wide. These patients are thrilled about the service, and Medicap is delighted to help them improve their health.
Their passion is inspiring. At Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, pharmacists are an integral part of the care team. See how Parata technology empowers them to do more.
In Louisiana, one pharmacy takes a chance on doing things differently. Find out how Wolfe’s Pharmacy is using pouch packaging to do big business in a small town.
Brenda Richardson, R.Ph. and owner of HealthCo Pharmacy, is securing new business with a hands-on approach to patient care, including a simple medication adherence program geared towards helping patients manage complex medication regimens.
With pharmacy automation technology and a focus on patient care, Bretton and Stacey Walberg have grown Walberg Family Pharmacies from one location to 11.
Ramesh Upadhyayula, R.Ph. and owner of Desert Hospital Outpatient Pharmacy, is ensuring his pharmacy’s success by making patient outcomes his business.
Brett Kappelmann, PharmD and owner of Cooper Drug Store and Golden Plains Pharmacy Services, is securing new business with a simple medication adherence program with a focus on chronic disease medication adherence.
Tim and Nora Wright, pharmacists and owners of Wagner Pharmacies, are using data to develop clinical programs that position their pharmacy and their patients for success.
Chris Geronsin, pharmacist and owner of Gateway Apothecary and Beverly Hills Pharmacy, provides HIV patients with an easier way to manage their medications and stay healthy.
Diane Martin, pharmacist and associate vice president of pharmacy operations at Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, uses technology to increase safety and efficiency, reduce costs and support pharmacists’ role as key players on the health care team.