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Minfos partners with DoseAid
02 September 2016

Joint Media Release

 

 

Minfos and DoseAid partnership can help pharmacies save1

 

 

Minfos and DoseAid are integrating to deliver a more efficient and cost effective Dose Administration Aids (DAA) ordering process from September 2016.

 

This combined solution developed by the two EBOS companies enables pharmacies that currently use both Minfos and DoseAid to realise savings. Pharmacies that provide DAAs to community patients can use Minfos’ new packing module. This module eliminates the need to juggle multiple software packages by centralising the DAA ordering in Minfos.

 

Minfos Quick Dispense reduces double handling by streamlining the dispense and packing workflow. When patients’ virtual pill balances are low, scripts can be queued in dispense from the packing module. Once dispensed, the pillbox quantities are automatically updated.

 

Andrew Hall, EBOS General Manager Pharmacy Technology said, “This integration provides many benefits to our customers. It’s another example of Minfos redefining the functionality of dispensing systems. It enables pharmacies to undertake daily activities more efficiently and reduces double handling, which helps improve accuracy.”

 

Jenelle Moloney, DoseAid National Sales and Commercial Manager, said that “The integration of DoseAid and Minfos Quick Dispense removes the necessity of purchasing and managing multiple software solutions.”

 

The integration will be progressively released to Minfos/DoseAid pharmacies from September 2016. To register your interest please call Minfos on 1300 887 418 or DoseAid on 1300 306 748.

 

The integration is relevant for pharmacies currently using Minfos and DoseAid and provide DAA’s to community patients only. This solution is unsuitable for pharmacies serving residential aged care facility patients or a combination of aged care facility patients and community patients. A pharmacy currently using both Minfos and DoseAid may be incurring the cost of additional non-Minfos and non-DoseAid software and could make savings by electing to use the Minfos packing module.