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Pharmacy automation refers to the use of mechanical technology to digitalize medical and healthcare workflow operations. By fulfilling several jobs, these devices assist to automate regular processes and eliminate human involvement.
Some of the duties include mixing liquids and powders for compounding, medication counting, keeping customer records, and inventory management. They also aid in the reduction of mistakes in pharmaceutical packaging and delivery.
Additionally, pharmacy automation monitors narcotics and other controlled drugs, tracks consumption patterns, and ensures maximum operating efficiency.
The increasing requirement to reduce prescription mistakes is a primary driver of the pharmacy automation market’s growth pace. Furthermore, the market’s expansion is being supported by rising pharmacist awareness.
This would create advantageous chances for the expansion of the pharmacy automation industry.
The North America 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.
Aptean, a global provider of mission-critical corporate software solutions, announced today that Advanced Pharmacy has chosen Aptean Industrial Manufacturing ERP in the cloud to improve automation and save operational costs.
The Aptean solution will assist this major supplier of full-service institutional pharmacy services in better managing engineering, supply chain, manufacturing, and quality processes for PassPort, one of its key product lines.
It will also help Advanced Pharmacy introduce its new product line, the APS Ecosystem, which is meant to allow nurses to spend more time with their patients.
Aptean’s Industrial Manufacturing ERP was chosen by the pharmaceutical services provider to better its operations by increasing visibility, simplifying tasks, and developing more lucrative business practices.
With operational efficiency and flexibility being important needs, end-to-end ERP lets firms plan, schedule, execute and track operations with an industrial-strength feature set in both dynamic “to-order” manufacturing and mixed-mode settings.
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