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How Telepharmacies are Mitigating Medical Error

How Telepharmacies are Mitigating Medical Error

Medical errors are currently listed as the third leading cause of death in the US. While medical errors, just like human errors, can never be fully avoided, the introduction of telepharmacy technologies may be able to mitigate the frequency, visibility, and consequences of such errors.

What Our Customers are Saying

We pride ourselves on two things: exceptional health care and excellent customer service. Here’s what our current customers are saying.

“Hospital Pharmacy Management has been an amazing resource for our small rural hospital.  Bill and his staff are there for us 24/7 with expert advice and recommendations, all with the patient’s best interest at heart.  Our pharmacist in charge, Kevin, has also been a great asset for our facility with years of experience, he is able to give great guidance to our pharmacy staff.  Overall, just a great team to work with and gives our staff reassurance that we are providing great care for our patients.  Thank you for all that you do!”

Charli E., RN

Pharmacy Nurse, Norton County Hospital

“Approximately 4 years ago we transitioned to utilizing HPM for our pharmacy needs and are very satisfied with the decision.  Our Pharmacist-in-Charge, Melanie, is awesome and very involved with our pharmacy department.  We also benefit from the many pharmacists working at HPM, always pooling their resources to help us ensure our CAH is providing exceptional patient care.  The remote medication verification performed 24/7 has been an asset to patient safety.  We would highly recommend HPM for your pharmacy services.”

Laura C., RN

Pharmacy Nurse, Gove County Medical Center

“Deciding to partner with HPM has been one of the best decisions we have made. Often when you decide to contract with a vendor, you wonder if you made the right decision. But I know we made the right decision.”


CEO, Salina Surgical Hospital