April 2018 - Medicine on Time

Last summer, we learned that the World Health Organization (WHO) was undergoing a major initiative to reduce errors in healthcare – of which included medication administration. When we shared that update with you in August, they had just begun to bring those plans into action. Now, nearly eight months later, the WHO has made huge strides in the fight to reduce severe and avoidable medication-associated harm.

In the bustling suburban town of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina sits Sweetgrass Pharmacy & Compounding. Over the past three years in business, owner Cynthia Feldman has curated a local gem that patients and customers can’t stop raving about!

Every now and then, mistakes happen. If you find yourself needing to re-print a label for any reason, don’t fret! You can easily correct errors in our software. Simply follow the directions below for a variety of methods to re-print labels.

Are you looking to broaden your pharmacy’s reach in Healthcare Facilities, but are unsure where to begin? Do you have a Facility in mind who is afraid of change, but could benefit from an inside look into the MOT solution?

Look no further than Medicine-On-Time’s brand-new facility-focused webinar series!

CPESN USA is dedicated to community-based pharmacies that are willing to expand their portfolio of medication optimization activities and patient care services to work collaboratively with other members of the health care team and provide higher quality patient care and achieve better patient health.

Every year on the 7th of April, World Health Day is observed under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). Each year speaks to a different worldwide healthcare need or crisis and in 2018, the WHO is speaking out for universal health coverage.

Summer is right around the corner and that can only mean one thing – summer camp! For parents of children with a medication regimen, there’s an additional level of preparedness that goes beyond making sure they packed enough sunscreen. Medication adherence shouldn’t prevent kids from enjoying their summer, especially if they’re headed to camp.

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