Podcast: Digital Enablement for Pharmacies
TasmaNet CEO Rob Vernon talks to the Pharmacy Guild of Australia
TasmaNet CEO Rob Vernon makes a guest appearance on the Pharmacy Business & Career Network Podcast to discuss some of the emerging technologies in the health sector and what it takes to implement them at a store level.
Presented by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, the Pharmacy Business & Career Network Podcast supports the improvement and growth of pharmacy business performance with insights and advice from a range of industry professionals.
Digital enablement for community pharmacy is all about integrating the knowledge and expertise of pharmacy into the wider health network. Emerging technologies like electronic prescribing and TeleHealth represent an amazing opportunity for pharmacies to enhance patient service and professional collaboration. As our society continues to ‘digitize’, community pharmacy must keep up to continue offering personalised health solutions and move beyond medicine supply. But where is the starting point for going digital? How can businesses begin laying the foundations that will help them adopt these technologies?
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