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Pharmacy 2000 workflow software introduces order, logic and controls into even the busiest pharmacy settings, so you can ensure safety and efficiency from prescriber to patient.
Pharmacy 2000 and FlexCheck Features
Maximize Your Efficiency
Pharmacy 2000 simplifies your fulfillment process, reducing the number of steps to fill a prescription and eliminating unnecessary interactions with software. By creating distinct workstations for entering, filling and verifying prescriptions, Pharmacy 2000 allows users to perform tasks concurrently. To streamline pharmacist verification, Pharmacy 2000 consolidates orders with multiple prescriptions, so you check everything at once.
Put Safety First
With fewer steps, there are fewer opportunities for errors. Pharmacy 2000 creates a systematic process that extends safety and accuracy across your entire prescription volume. Through barcode scanning, pill imaging and user authentication, Pharmacy 2000 ensures accuracy for every prescription.
Pharmacy 2000 reduces clutter and confusion with streamlined, paperless processing. Easily image hard copy prescriptions to handle them digitally, and access electronic records when you need to review them or generate reports.
Expect Easy Integration
Pharmacy 2000 interfaces with your pharmacy management system and off-the-shelf hardware for smooth installation and maximum cost savings. And as the only workflow solution that is fully integrated with Parata Max and Parata Mini automated dispensers, Pharmacy 2000 reduces manual barcode scans, improves safety and saves time.
Connect Pharmacy Sites for Remote Verification
Any Pharmacy 2000 workstation can be equipped with the FlexCheck remote verification application to connect remote pharmacy users and sites. FlexCheck’s one-touch photo capturing device images prescriptions and sends the images to a remote pharmacist for review and verification. The remote pharmacist can also use the collaborative notes tool, web camera or phone to communicate with team members or the patient.