In just a few short weeks we’ll be celebrating the arrival of a new year and putting 2017 into the history books. We’ll be setting new goals and getting a fresh perspective and a fresh start on so many things. I’ll admit, I love New Years. It’s that bright and shiny once a year pass to give ourselves a clean slate. Disappointments of the last year seem to matter less when we can convince ourselves that the new year will be different. I mean, it’s a whole new year. How could it not be?
But, as tempting as it is to only look forward, we aren’t at year end yet. And we can actually get a lot done in a short amount of time. Don’t let the next few weeks go by in a haze of “I’ll work on that after the first of the year”. Here are 3 great and easy ways to make a huge amount of progress in your pharmacy in a short amount of time.
Check out the Digital Replete Solution from Ortho Molecular – All of us at RMS were incredibly excited to release an integration to the Ortho Molecular Products Digital Replete Solution earlier this year. It allows customers to take patient care to the next level by automating supplement recommendations based on nutrient depletion tied to specific prescription medications. You can learn all about the solution and how to get started here.
Read a few eBooks – Not sure what’s next for your pharmacy? Then it’s definitely time to hit the library. The RMS Library is filled with great literature on all kinds of relevant topics for pharmacies of all sizes. Best of all, you can download as many books as you want for free. Taking the time to research now will save you time at the beginning of the year. You’ll be able to hit the ground running when the dust (or is it glitter?) from the busy holiday season settles.
Schedule a consultation – If you’re not an RMS customer yet, there’s no better time to make the leap and start taking a serious look at how RMS can help your pharmacy to have the best year yet. Our knowledgeable industry experts can discuss your needs, share product demos and get you on the right track.
Taking a breather as we approach the new year may sound good, but it will just mean more ground to cover in 2018 and less progress for your pharmacy.