9:30am - 3:30pm Wednesday, March 11

Location & Room

Orlando - Hyatt Regency
Hyatt - Regency Ballroom U

This poster will be displayed in conjunction with the HIMSS20 Career Expo. Posters will be available for viewing through the entirety of the event. Poster presenters will be available for questions from 11:00 am -12:00 pm.

Pharmacies wouldn’t survive without having some kind of system in place to help patients track their prescriptions like an automated phone system, websites or smart phone app. Unfortunately, these systems by themselves fall short of the main objectives of giving patients control over their pharmacy information and lightening the workload of the pharmacy staff. An ATM-like machine in the drive thru lane would allow patients to put in their information and see all of their prescriptions including what is ready, what is out of refills, or what is past due for a refill. Using a PIN number or barcode, they can access their account, see prescriptions, request refills, change billing options, etc. without having to go through a technician or pharmacist. The machine then generates a new promised pick up time. Now the patient does not have to wait to speak to someone. They know to come back or the proceed to the window to check out. Prescriptions that need corrections will be dropped into the appropriate queue, most likely the data entry station to be correct. This prevents disruption to the normal work flow of the pharmacy and holding up the drive thru line.

Belmont University College of Pharmacy