Cash flow is the lifeblood of any pharmacy business but often poses a big challenge for pharmacies. How can you optimize cash flow for your pharmacy? What are the most important indicators and how can you use them to your advantage? This webinar will help you leverage three key areas in order to optimize your cash flow – and therefore the health of your pharmacy:
The Pharma Logistics PharmaWaste program offers a simple way to properly dispose of your pharmaceutical waste, ensuring compliance with local, state and federal regulations for returns and disposal. Watch the video to learn more.Watch Now
The Pharma Logistics’ Drug Take-Back Program is a simple and safe medication disposal program that helps keep your community safe and complies with the requirements of the DEA Secure and Responsible Drug Disposal Act. Learn more.Watch Now
The Pharma Logistics Rapid Credit program is a powerful enhancement to reverse distribution services. Rapid Credit offers expedited processing for pharmaceutical product returns with both financial and operational benefits to a pharmacy. Learn more!Watch Now
Simple and safe medication disposal program that keeps you 100% compliant with DEA regulations. Just order your disposal return kit and we’ll do the rest.
Learn more about how your hospital can benefit from using our Box & Ship service, Onsite service or our Rapid Credit Program. Plus, learn how Enterprise-Level Reporting can help build business intelligence.
As a pharmacy owner or manager, you know that data is important for running and growing a pharmacy business. It helps to ensure that you have the right inventory, that your team is operating efficiently, and that your patients are receiving optimal care. Having timely data and analytics is essential.
However, a little-known but valuable source of data and insights for your pharmacy is reverse distribution. While every pharmacy needs a process for handling their product returns, reverse distribution is more than just a way to “clean out unused inventory.” Learn more by downloading the Data & Analytics Handbook.
A good reverse distributor is a partner for your pharmacy business: providing data and insights about your pharmaceutical returns and inventory processes to help improve your pharmacy’s inventory management—and ultimately, your bottom line. To understand how your vendor is performing, you must evaluate key performance indicators (KPIs). Download the handbook to learn more about what KPIs to consider.Download Now
As a hospital pharmacy manager, you know that data is important for running and growing a hospital pharmacy business. It helps to ensure that you have the right inventory, that your team is operating efficiently, and that your patients are receiving optimal care. A little-known but valuable source of data and insights for your pharmacy is reverse distribution. Learn more about the data you should be receiving from your vendor.Download Now
This checklist provides an overview of the steps necessary to stay in compliance with USP <800>.Download Now
Each year, more than 8 million U.S. health care personnel are potentially exposed to hazardous drugs (HDS). The risk is obvious and can lead to serious health issues for you and/or your staff. Considering the potential impact on health and safety, the purpose of USP <800> is to define standards for handling HDs and to help promote patient, worker and environmental protection. Learn more about the proper requirements.Download Now