- Pharmacist specialist Trent Lane to join PharmaChoice Central Fill Ltd. and manage new services for PharmaChoice West -
CALGARY, May 24, 2016 /CNW/ - PharmaChoice Central Fill Ltd. announced today that Trent Lane has been hired to start up a new central fill facility located in Calgary Alberta. This new initiative will provide pharmacists with the tools to proactively synchronize and refill prescriptions along with centralized prescription assembly, product verification, packaging, delivery and/or toting filled prescriptions back to pharmacies for patient pickup.
Trent Lane brings a wealth of industry experience, having spent the last three years at PharmaSave, where he was responsible for innovative pharmacy solutions and the development of tools that have enhanced professional practice for over 500 independent pharmacies across Canada. "We are extremely fortunate to have found someone of Trent's caliber to fulfill this role" says Grady Brown, CEO of PharmaChoice West.
As part of this central fill initiative, PharmaChoice Central Fill Ltd. is also launching MedSync, a revolutionary clinical pharmacy model designed to assist in increasing patient adherence to chronic medications. Lane comments "I am very excited to lead this new project. I believe the combination of MedSync along with central fill will provide pharmacists not only the tools to transition their practice, but also the time to focus on their patients."
PharmaChoice Central Fill Ltd. will be introducing Trent Lane at the PharmaChoice West tradeshow on May 28th and 29th in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
PharmaChoice is a member-owned co-operative that represents 640 local independent pharmacy owners across Canada. Each pharmacy location is unique and tailored to the community it serves. With the support of the PharmaChoice team, your independent owners and operators are united in a promise to always provide you with best Advice for Life. For more information, visit www.pharmachoice.com.
MedSync is a web-based application that is used to synchronize medication for pick up at the same time each month. Pharmacists using an appointment based model at the time of pick up may also incorporate other funded pharmacy clinical services. The MedSync model shows an 18-26% increase in prescription refills while improving patient adherence to chronic medications. For more information, visit www.medsync.ca.
SOURCE PharmaChoice Central Fill Ltd.
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