The role of pharmacy and its management is evolving as technologies like artificial intelligence, big data, and virtual health drive exponential change in the healthcare ecosystem. To shrinkthe time needed to fill and then ship prescriptions, telepharmacies are aggressively becoming commonplace. These online pharmacies are adopting CRM automation to better manage customer interactions while increasing pharmacy compliance.
In the wake of these trends, the global pharmacy management market is projected to reach $13,985.27 million by 2027, at a CAGR of 11.9 percent.
To put the spotlight on many other key developments in the industry, Healthcare Business Review illustrates how healthcare providers are leveraging the latest developments in the space. The edition also features thought leadership articles from Geoffrey Westrich, MD, Director Emeritus of Research, Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Service, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), and Chairman of the Complex Case Review Panel at Hospital for Special Surgery. We also share the insights of Jay P. Rho, Pharm.D, FASHP, FCCP, Director of Pharmacy, Keck Hospital of USC, and Jack Iskander, Director of Pharmacy, Adult Inpatient, UChicago Medicine. They all shed light on various trends in the healthcare industry, including key developments in joint replacement surgery, health information technology, and automated dispensing cabinets.
In this edition of Healthcare Business Review, we also bring to you the story of some of the top companies providing pharmacy management services and delivering the best outcomes for their clients. In the list, Sphinx Strategies particularly stands out for its robust specialty pharmacy growth solutions. The company offers best-in-class operations, accreditations, and credentialing assistance.
Through the following pages, we aim to shine a light on the innovative trends and latest developments in the pharmacy management industry. We would like to know your thoughts.