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The automation of operations and procedures conducted in pharmacies or other health care settings is referred to as pharmacy automation. The goal is to eliminate medical prescription mistakes and improve patient safety.
The region’s need for healthcare services is rising as the senior population grows and the frequency of chronic illnesses rises. As a result of manpower shortages, hospitals are straining to keep up.
Pharmacy and nursing professionals require cutting-edge technology to do their tasks effectively without jeopardising patient safety or care quality. Automated drug distribution systems minimise labour while also providing more security, traceability, and accountability.
In addition, pharmaceutical businesses are using organic and inorganic expansion tactics to boost their market share across Europe.
The Europe Pharmacy Automation Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
ISPE and its members are working to create a path to bring Sector 4.0, commonly known as the Smart Factory, to the pharmaceutical industry as Pharma 4.0.
While Pharma 4.0 has been referred to as a new industrial revolution, its implementation will most likely resemble an evolution in which digitization and automation collide with very complicated product portfolios and life cycles.
As a result, it is critical to develop an acknowledged concept of readiness and maturity, beginning with the addition of more digital enablers and features to The Pharmaceutical Quality System throughout the product lifecycle.
It is also critical to create business cases that demonstrate how industry 4.0 automation and digitalization technologies may be applied to pharma and what consequences we face as a result of the increasingly complicated regulatory problems in the pharma sector.
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