Management Consultation. Redesigning the workflow of central pharmacy operations

Nold, Edward G.
February 2011
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;2/1/2011, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p202
Academic Journal
The article discusses the steps in redesigning the workflow of the operations of a pharmacy in the U.S. It includes identifying and measuring the pharmacy-related task and should include the tasks that are completed daily, weekly, and monthly. Ordering and verification of the entry should be considered. Tracking of the time of the admission of patients needs to be accommodated. It also mentions that the workflow chat must include the operational hours and the structure of the staff.


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