Pharmacy Systems: An Emerging Role in Drug Treatment Management
The determination and administration of appropriate drug therapies.
The distributive elements of moving products from the wholesaler through the pharmacy and, eventually, to the patient.
The billing and reimbursement of dispensed prescriptions.
KeywordsPharmacy Service Pharmacy Staff Product Selection Pharmacy Manager National Drug Code
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