Spending on pharmacy automation increased this year for most facilities. Budget reductions are increasingly rare; in fact, fewer than 20% of facilities suffered cuts to their automation budget this year. Investments in pharmacy automation are projected to be strong in the coming years as most facilities plan to increase their budgets over the next 5 years.
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Support for pharmacy automation investments is increasingly strong. The number of facilities decreasing their automation budgets continues to trend downward.
Most facilities expect increases in their automation budgets next year and expanding budgets will be increasingly common among facilities of all sizes over the next few years.
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