The Nebraska Medicine team knew they needed to find a way to improve collaboration, accommodate higher volumes across three outpatient pharmacies, and free up pharmacy teams to spend more time on patient care. Here’s how their new centralized fulfillment model is working.
When Brockton Neighborhood Health Center was constructing a new in-house pharmacy, they sought best-in-class will-call automation technology to interface with their Epic Willow pharmacy management system. Less than six months later, scripClip has become their ‘favorite vendor.’
Fort Williams Pharmacy launched with scripClip in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic – which wasn’t ideal timing, but everyone agreed it couldn’t happen soon enough. “I truly do not know how we did this job before having this system. We can’t operate without it.”
When The Pharm House first opened, they used “old-school bins,” labeled A through Z, but “our will-call was outgrowing itself” as daily prescription volumes rose, Thomson explained. With so many prescriptions in will call, it was often difficult to find patient orders that were misfiled.
University of Maryland Medical Center needed help to reduce the chances of busy pharmacy staff giving incorrect medication to patients. scripClip made a tremendous difference at the hospital system’s five outpatient pharmacies.
scripClip helped St. Mary’s Medical Center expand its retail pharmacy services to the community and improve day-to-day workflows for staff in a way no other will-call solution could.
“We provide better care by embracing technology,” said Prosperity Drug Company owner, John Pugh, PharmD, RPh. He illustrates that scripClip® was a worthwhile investment for him because it not only improves productivity in his pharmacy, but customers also see and feel the difference.
Nebraska Medicine, health center pharmacy leader, is implementing a scripClip-integrated Central Fill solution to streamline the process of dispensing and packaging prescriptions, while alleviating the burden on outpatient pharmacy staff and affording more time to spend with patients.
Grove Park Pharmacy is one of, now, four Orange Cut Rate Drug Stores that got their start in South Carolina in 1934. Over nearly 90 years and three generations, the operation has grown, and the scripClip will-call automation system has become essential to their operation.
“Ask anyone on staff – of anything in the pharmacy, they’ll say, ‘don’t get rid of scripClip!’” said Maggy Lawson, Pharm.D., RPh, pharmacy manager at Kubat HealthCare in Beatrice, Nebraska.