Safest and most efficient distribution model “The findings of this analysis demonstrated that in a decentralized medication distribution model, as the percentage of medications in an automated dispensing cabinet (ADC) is increased, there is a direct correlation with:

  1. Decreased time to initial dose
  2. Decreased missing doses
  3. Decreased pharmacist and pharmacy technician labor
  4. Decreased non value added nursing activities
  5. Increased predictability

This is no surprise as many leaders in the pharmacy world have been trying to move to a decentralized distribution model for years. The biggest roadblock thus far has been cost and lack of automation. As automation improves and becomes more available and less costly, the decentralized scenario becomes more and more likely.

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