Stress-Free Unit-Dose Packaging with Safecor Health

Outsourcing unit-dose repackaging with Safecor Health reduces costly burdens of packaging in-house and eliminates added capital expenditures. We&squot;ve performed numerous studies for our customers and determined the average annual cost savings ranges from $200 to $700 per patient bed.

And not only does repackaging with Safecor Health help your pharmacy increase drug cost savings, it helps free up pharmacy staff to focus on what truly matters: the patients.

In-House vs. Outsourced Unit-Dose Repackaging: Which is Better?

In today’s health care environment, it’s important to ensure that patients get the best care possible. This can include spending time with the patient to understand his or her needs. It also includes prescribing, dispensing and administering the right drug in the right dose at the right time.

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Ensuring a Quality-Driven Repackaging Process [infographic]

Patient safety is always the highest priority when repackaging medications. The process of repackaging these drugs into unit-dose can be tedious but it’s important to have steps in place to ensure your repackaged product is of the highest quality. The best way to establish medication and patient safety is for your entire repackaging process to be driven by quality assurance. At Safecor Health, we invest in training and education for every employee to ensure our team performs every process according to the highest-quality operating procedures.

Check out our infographic below to learn more about Safecor Health’s quality-driven repackaging process.

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How to Optimize Pharmacy Staffing through Repackaging

Health care is an ever-changing industry. The fluctuation in technology alone can be hard enough to keep track of, but modern medical institutions also must deal with rapidly increasing costs and ever-shrinking resources. This is especially true of hospital pharmacies where tighter budgets can stretch staff thin and it can be difficult to optimize pharmacy staffing.

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