Outpatient Pharmacy


State of Pharmacy Automation 2011 - Vol. 8 No. 8 - Page #97

The number of outpatient pharmacy operations declined across facilities of all bed sizes, but are still most common in the largest facilities; in hospitals with 400+ beds, 59% operate an outpatient pharmacy, while just 16% of hospitals with <100 beds do so. Location also plays a key role in whether a hospital will have an outpatient pharmacy, with urban facilities leading the way: 48% have outpatient pharmacies, compared to only 33% of suburban and 23% of rural hospitals. While overall numbers are down, most facilities with outpatient pharmacies are planning to expand their current operations ... read more.

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