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ThoughtSpot 2014 Inspires as General Session Concludes
Date:8/1/2014

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 01, 2014

The evolving healthcare landscape presents unique issues and opportunities for independent community pharmacies. At ThoughtSpot 2014, AmerisourceBergen and Good Neighbor Pharmacy’s annual tradeshow, pharmacists are equipped with practices and resources to enhance patient care and profitability. At today’s General Session, AmerisourceBergen leaders focused on critical issues to give independent pharmacists the tools they need to learn, optimize and grow.

ThoughtSpot show attendance experienced a nearly 70% increase in participants this year over last year and the conference theme of pharmacy transformation was delivered through a series of presentations by AmerisourceBergen thought leaders including Steve Collis, CEO; Dave Neu, President, AmerisourceBergen Drug Company; AJ Caffentzis, President, Community & Specialty Pharmacy; and Scott Robinson, Vice President, Good Neighbor Pharmacy.

“Over the past year, AmerisourceBergen and Good Neighbor Pharmacy have transformed to better serve independent community pharmacies,” said Steve Collis, President and CEO of AmerisourceBergen. “Through investments, new technology, innovative equipment, and updates to company infrastructure, AmerisourceBergen’s knowledge, reach and partnership are shaping healthcare delivery in new ways.”

KNOWLEDGE

  • Launched today, several digital tools will help keep pharmacists connected. The MyGNP mobile app allows for online prescription refills, and features a store locator and health news. Good Neighbor Pharmacy University is a central source of education, resources, announcements and news for pharmacy owners and their staff and an online community where pharmacists can learn from each other and industry experts.
  • Through seminars and Continuing Education courses on medication adherence, clinical care, business building, legislative updates,
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