Pharmacists are looking toward the future to help solve the workflow inefficiency puzzle of today. The ongoing pharmacist shortage, the aging population demographics and shrinking margins are contributing to the steady adoption of interactive voice response systems (IVR), pharmacy workflow management software, automated counting machines and refill orders over the Internet, among other technological advances, said retailers and analysts. "Pharmacies in general are looking for any way to ...
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