Adherence packaging is the term used for medications that are provided to patients by day or pass time, facilitating medication compliance to their physician-prescribed regimen.
When patients are discharged from a long-term or acute care facility to return home, many times they are sent home with medications, and unless a patient follows up with their physician, they have little interaction with the pharmacy.
Compliance packaging, also referred to as adherence packaging, are pouch strips organized by a patient's pass time (breakfast, lunch, dinner, bedtime) or take-on taime (8am, 12pm, 5pm, 8pm).
Electronic prescription verification helps pharmacy staff utilize automated equipment to facilitate the checking process of filled medication prescriptions.
High-density pharmacy storage provide organization of medications and pharmacy supplies. Many pharmacies are limited on space, and are unable to expand or move. TCGRx provides HDStock™ high-density storage solutions.
A medication adherence program can help you improve patient outcomes and increase your pharmacy business.
Pharmacy automation involves the mechanical process of handling and distributing medications.
Pharmacy automation equipment fills more prescriptions in less time, providing you the opportunity to better serve your patients.
A pill splitter is a simple and often times inexpensive device to cut pills or tablets into halves or quarters.
Pill Splitting refers to the practice of splitting a pill to provide a lower dosage or make it easier to swallow.
A tablet cutter is a simple and often times inexpensive device to cut pills or tablets into halves or quarters.
A tablet splitter is a simple and often times inexpensive device to cut pills or tablets into halves or quarters.