From intake to dispensing to working and reporting, our suite eliminates the need for multiple systems by having everything in one integrated solution
Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) August 10, 2016
Mediware Information Systems, Inc., a provider of comprehensive post-acute healthcare software, announces that the next release of CareTend is now available for the specialty pharmacy market. With years of technology development and input from the leading specialty pharmacies across the United States, Mediware has created CareTend as a solid platform that is designed specifically to target key challenges of today’s pharmacies. As a result, CareTend enables pharmacists to spend less time managing technology and more time tracking patient outcomes and overall care.
CareTend for specialty pharmacy introduces a completely new platform that simplifies prescription processing, workflow, reimbursement, and reporting, all in one system. Providers can now manage their entire workflow operations in a single dashboard that tracks output, spots delays, and tracks employee productivity in real time. Expanded workflow queues allow pharmacists to increase daily processing and improve patient care with quick-fill options, bill-before-you-fill best practices, and streamlined order management. CareTend’s business intelligence tools provide auto-scheduled reports, custom ad-hoc analysis, and exception reporting that saves time and delivers data to users on their timetables.
Mediware current customers can see the live demonstration of CareTend for specialty pharmacy at Mediware’s annual customer user conference, September 14-16, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Providers will see first-hand how CareTend targets the leading issues that pharmacies face every day with a complete solution that can successfully take their businesses into the future.
“We have incorporated customer feedback into our CareTend solution so that today’s specialty pharmacies can thrive using the only complete system designed for this market, “ says Paul O’Toole, vice president and general manager of the Home Care Solutions Division of Mediware. “From intake to dispensing to working and reporting, our suite eliminates the need for multiple systems by having everything in one integrated solution,” adds O’Toole.
Mediware delivers interoperable best-of-breed software systems that improve efficiencies and address safety concerns, enabling healthcare organizations to improve care processes while decreasing costs. Core Mediware solutions include blood management technologies for hospitals and blood centers; cell therapy solutions for cord blood banks, cancer treatment centers, and research facilities; medication management solutions for hospitals, behavioral health facilities, infusion and specialty pharmacy providers; business intelligence-based performance management solutions for clinical, regulatory and financial aspects of the broader healthcare market; and rehabilitation therapy and respiratory care solutions. For more information about Mediware products and services, visit our website at http://www.mediware.com.