UHRICHSVILLE, Ohio -- Pharmacy automation is moving into the mainstream of store operations as prescription volume increases and the number of technicians and pharmacists decreases. A prescription-filling machine in a pharmacy can improve safety -- and allow pharmacists more time to interact with customers, according to industry observers. a bar-coded label that also shows a picture of the medication as an added precaution for the customer. Jo Mako, owner and pharmacist of the one-store ...
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