Dispense in your clinic: Quickly and Easily

Interest in clinic dispensing has never been greater. Practitioners of all varieties are looking for ways to enhance their practices and pharmaceutical dispensing is one of a number of simple-to-implement options.

How easy is it?  For Northwind Pharmaceuticals, the process looks like this:

  1. Develop formulary (new clinics normally select 15-25 medications to begin with)
  2. Complete new clinic startup forms
  3. Submit forms and copies of licensure.
  4. Place order for medications (call, email, fax or online)

Once you receive your order (usually in a few days), you can implement as quickly as you like.

  1. Unpack and store medications.
  2. If you are using our dispensing logbook, simply enter the patient name, instructions and sign.  The carbon label is peeled and place on the bottle; the record of the dispense is left on your logbook.
  3. If you are using RxTracker (our web-based dispensing application), you will need to enter the patient name (once), scan the medication and print the label.  The software is accessed through a web-browser.

That's it!  No extra staff. No need for more space.  No need for counting pills; we provide prepackaged medications that are ready to be handed to the patient.  Any questions?

Happy dispensing!



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