PHARMACY AUTOMATION

As the healthcare system evolves, today’s pharmacists are playing a growing and important role in the continuum of care through expanded services and counselling. With this, pharmacists continue to look for ways to improve operational efficiency, so they can spend more time on patient care and less time managing administrative tasks.

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Leaders in automated MDS

In 2005 Venalink became a wholly owned subsidiary of Jones Healthcare Group, based in London, Ontario, Canada.

Supported Formats

Venalink offers an extensive range of MDS designed to work perfectly in automated dispensing systems that allow the pharmacist to optimize their time, drive their growth and improve the quality of patient care. Select to view from the following MDS formats, which type of automation technologies are adapted to each case:

Trifold
  • Portable and compact design.
  • Compatible with semi-automation .
  • Available with 4 blister sizes to suit different medication regimes
  • Customisable
Trifold Venalink
Venalink Qube
Qube
  • Our highest capacity blister with larger morning and night blisters
  • Clear view of medications for easy check
  • Accommodates 10 pharmacy labels with space to record tab/cap/mark
  • Customisable
  • Ideal for patients managing complex medication regimes
  • Compatible with automation and semi-automation
  • Tamper evident design helps highlight unintended access
  • Clear and easy for patients to use
FlexRX
  • Perforated blister cavities
  • Medication information printed on each individual cavity
  • Large capacity blisters for multiple medications and vitamins
  • Tamper evident design helps highlight unintended access
  • Flexibility for both pharmacists and patients
  • Detachable cavities offer patients portability and the convenience of carrying
  • Active patients “on the go”
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Retirement communities
FlexRx Tab
FlexRX Light
FlexRX Light
  • Perforated blister cavities
  • Medication information printed on each individual cavity
  • Large capacity blisters for multiple medications and vitamins
  • Tamper evident design helps highlight unintended access
  • Flexibility for both pharmacists and patients
  • Detachable cavities offer patients portability and the convenience of carrying
  • Active patients “on the go”
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Retirement communities