Top posts for week ending April 3, 2011

By | April 4, 2011

Below is a list of the most read blog posts over the last week based on number of hits:

  1. Automated unit-dose packagers for acute care pharmacy
  2. Cool Technology for Pharmacy (Alaris Smartpumps June 18th, 2009) – Smartpumps seem to be picking up speed again, especially in regard to integration into BCMA systems and eMARs/EHRs.
  3. Best iPhone / iPod Touch Applications for Pharmacists – It’s interesting that this post keeps rising to the top of most viewed. I originally created the post on March 31, 2010 making it more than a year old. But as you know the iPad continues to make news.
  4. The art of the excuse
  5. Quick update: Pharmacy iPad use – See comment from #3 above
  6. Where will automation and technology make the biggest impact in pharmacy? – The more I think about outpatient pharmacy automation, the more I think outpatient pharmacists should be concerned
  7. Moving storage around in the “cloud”
  8. The evolution of tablets for pharmacy – New tablets continue to hit the market at mind-numbing speed
  9. Another opportunity for pharmacist$ – Medication adherence, just sayin’.
  10. Barcodes on patient wristbands – Another really old post, June 13, 2009. I wonder if renewed interest has anything to do with the upcoming unSUMMIT in Louisville, KY?
  11. Realistic view of medication reconciliation?
  12. Using technology to advance pharmacy practice through education
  13. What are you going to do with all that data?
  14. Is the 30-minute rule for medication administration good or bad?
  15. Pharmacists and medication adherence – See comment from #9 above

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