It's Easy Being Green

Today we’re going to talk about greening the community pharmacy.
August 31, 2020
3 min read
Lynn Gilchrist
Vice President, Product

If you have multiple stores, using a software program like Supplylogix is a no-brainer. The software automatically taps into your computerized inventory and usage at all your stores and then, for each store, populates suggested inventory transfer to use up the ‘crumbs.’ If you have a 100-count bottle with 10 left in it, you can transfer it to a store that will actually use the drug.

Without a program like Supplylogix, it’s really just too unrealistic to be able to consistently move inventory between stores. I’ve tried with only two stores using a shared Google Sheets and it doesn’t work. It’s too time-consuming to constantly update it.

One of the chains I worked for used this program and we made a habit of preparing the items once a week to ship out to the other stores (be sure to check your state laws so you know they allow it) and it was an easy thing to add in our routine.

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Our goal is to help take the burden off pharmacy staff from having to determine the right levels of inventory for each location and allow them to free up time to spend with their patients.

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