For Pharmacists Archives - Medicine on Time

You can’t easily measure the effects of human interaction, so it’s easy to overlook it as a way to boost revenue. Too much time socializing may even be viewed by some as a detriment to the bottom line.

From a numbers perspective, meaningful interaction with patients steals precious time and energy from quantifiable revenue-building activities, like filling scripts and optimizing purchasing.

We’re excited to release a new version of our MOT Customer Marketing Suite. This kit contains all the materials you need to market your Medicine-On-Time Solution to your community, Facilities, Home Health Agency, Physician’s Group, Patients and beyond.

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to the newest marketing piece that you can begin to leverage immediately.

Managing a loved one’s medication regimens between two or more locations is not an easy task. Fortunately, Medicine-On-Time provides a Day Care Packaging feature in the software to prevent transferring medications between multiple locations.

Put your pharmacy on the map! Plan events to promote Every Kid Healthy Week from April 23-29, 2017, a week that’s dedicated to improving students’ overall health and wellness.

It’s never too early to make summertime plans. This includes preparing and managing medications properly for summer activities and travel.

If you’re still using pre-printed dot matrix medication administration records (MARs) for your facilities, you may want to consider switching to the laser printed version for some very good reasons.

Want to grow your Medicine-On-Time patient count? Contact your Medicine-On-Time specialist for our new patient generator point of sale display.

It’s hard out there for independent pharmacy owners.Direct and indirect remuneration (DIR) fees have become a major threat for many pharmacy businesses. Learn how we can help!

Patient Safety Week encourages patients, families and healthcare professionals to promote the best care for patients and develop innovative strategies for administering patient care every day.