Where do you envision your pharmacy business in the next five years? Do you see an increase in the number of patients you serve or an opportunity to offer additional services to attract new customers?
QS/1's software is intuitive flexible efficient comprehensive expandable easy to use reliable affordable easy to learn
QS/1's pharmacy management systems are flexible, scalable software solutions
that can fit the needs of any business — big or small.
Enhance your pharmacy's overall productivity with tools to simplify workflow, process claims, manage inventory, and more.
SharpRx packs usability, efficiency and affordability into one easy-to-use system while QS/1 packs productivity and profitability into everything we do for pharmacy.
Provides easy-to-use tools to manage inventory and third party billing for home medical equipment providers (HME).
QS/1 products include many functions and you can customize your software with optional product modules.
It’s not only important to ensure your operation is performing regular backups; it’s crucial to know how long it would take to resume operations if you had to scrap your current system and restore it from a backup.
It always comes back to the foundation and infrastructure. No matter how swanky the front end or conscientious the staff, if your hardware is not up to speed (figuratively and literally), or if it does not offer the functionality you need to manage your workflow and support your customers’ demands, then you are struggling unnecessarily, which can affect your profits and your business.
Your pharmacy management software and how it handles ancillary services is the lifeline of your community or long-term care pharmacy. Every pharmacy’s goal is to grow and maximize profits while ensuring the best patient outcomes, and keeping your software up to date is a vital part of making sure you have the tools you need to reach your goals.
On any given day in a community or long-term care (LTC) pharmacy, there are dozens of outside factors that can affect your business and its profits. The industry is in constant flux, and that uncertainty led to the closure of more than 600 retail pharmacies in 2017. Independents closed 67 locations; chains decreased by 138; grocery store pharmacies lost 169 and mass pharmacies shrank by 252.
2018 Customer Conference
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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS)
DEA EPCS Certification through ComplySmart
ePAP for ePrescribing Networks
HNAP EHN for clearinghouse health networks