SAN DIEGO — Just as ATMs added unprecedented convenience to banking, Asteres here sees its ScriptCenter kiosk making prescription refill pick-ups a lot more convenient for retail pharmacy customers. Introduced in 2005, the ScriptCenter holds up 560 finished prescriptions refills, allowing patients to retrieve them during busy periods and after pharmacy hours. Patients initially sign up at the pharmacy and create a user ID and password to access the kiosk. The MX model of the kiosk measures ...
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