There is one key factor that is making this possible. The consumer, particularly one who is now in continuous need of critical care from both his or her medical practitioner, specialist or general, and retail pharmacist. The two health services providers need to work together at all times to ensure that the critical care patient is well catered for and is able to recover in the expected or projected timeframes.
Or at least live out his or her remaining years as healthily and comfortably as possible. Also note that in this day and age, it is now critical that the critical care patient remain as safe as possible as well. All it now takes is the installation of a specially designed and customized retail pharmacy management system to set matters right for the retail pharmacist, as well as his health services collaborators to be of better service to the critical care patient.
Here are just some of the possibilities. Speaking of timeframes, critical care patients will be receiving their critically required medications and medical apparatus within shorter periods of time. In this case, there should be no delays. And so it goes too that whenever critical orders need to be placed there will be no shortfalls either. Also note that there should be none of those occurrences whereby the critically ill patient receives the incorrect medication.
The retail pharmacy management system allows the retail pharmacist and those in his employ to keep accurate accounts of note only the medication being set aside for the critical customer but the customer’s critical patient records as well. There should be a closer liaison between retail pharmacist and medical practitioner going forward. It does not matter whether the practitioner is in general or specialist care.