NIH chooses ScriptPro for pharmacy automation

October 19, 2010

The National Institutes of Health awarded ScriptPro a contract to provide pharmacy automation systems to assist in the internal control and identification of drugs and to enhance the safety and efficiency of medication dispensing as well as use by patients.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded ScriptPro a contract to provide pharmacy automation systems to assist in the internal control and identification of drugs and enhance the safety and efficiency of medication dispensing and use by patients.

NIH will implement ScriptPro’s robotic dispensing, pharmacy management, and drug information systems. The solution is directed toward take-home medication orders provided to day hospital and clinic patients.

Mission, Kan.-based ScriptPro will provide a closed loop system for filling and dispensing medications that will allow the pharmacy to monitor workload and control operating costs.