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There’s no surprise that curbside delivery has been a popular topic over the past couple of weeks. We’ve worked with many pharmacies to get solutions in place to reduce patient contact, while still capturing all of the necessary signatures, collecting payments, etc. Curbside delivery isn’t a new concept, and we’ve had a recommended workflow for...
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Earlier this week, SIGIS members received a letter detailing changes to FSA, HSA and HRA product eligibility, resulting from the recently signed CARES act. In recent years, OTC medications have required a prescription to be eligible for purchase with a benefit card. The CARES act reverts product eligibility criteria  to an earlier model. This means...
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Last week I shared an article from Elements Magazine on the 9 things pharmacies should be doing in response to COVID-19.  
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Well, a lot has happened since last week. Last time I posted, I was sitting in my office at the RMS Headquarters. Today, I’m in my home office, on day 4 of working from home. From beyond my office door (Well, it was my sewing room. Now it’s an office) I can hear the occasional...
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Disaster preparedness is something I’ve written about before. Mostly in the light of being as ready as possible for natural disasters, inclement weather and the like. But as you all know, here in Washington State, and in many more states throughout the country, we’re all facing a different kind of disaster. I’ve been hesitant to...
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  This weekend was moving day for my family. After carefully packing, and organizing the day in my head 100 times, I felt like we were ready to go. But as soon as I dropped the kids off with my parents and headed back to get started, feelings of excitement turned to dread. I could...
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    The last time you went shopping and received a paper receipt, what did you do with it? Did you carefully fold it, place it in your wallet for storage when you got home? Probably not. More likely, that receipt was carelessly shoved into a pocket, lost in a purse, or forgotten in the...
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Mistakes are inevitable, and a part of life. All the practice and expertise in the world won’t stop you from hitting a wrong note every once in a while. But some mistakes can be easily prevented with the right tools. Here are a few common mistakes and the easy way that pharmacy point of sale...
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