Sponsored: GuildLink and MPS partner to automate DAA


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MPS and Guildlink are excited to announce a partnership, one that will make it easier for pharmacies to automate their DAA business, identify DAA opportunities and provide other services to improve efficiencies in store.

MPS Chief Executive Officer, Luke Fitzgerald, says: “GuildLink was our prime choice of partner due to its innovative e-health solutions as it’s already well established in Australian pharmacies.”

MPS and GuildLink are collaborating to ensure both companies’ existing software provide pharmacy synergies that allow them to spend more time caring for patients.

GuildLink owns GuildCare, Australia’s number one pharmacy software for professional services.

GuildCare helps pharmacies unlock 6CPA funds and identifies more clinical intervention opportunities than any other software. MemoCare, part of the GuildCare platform, is an integrated communications solution that builds patient loyalty and makes it easy to interact with GPs and patients.

The MPS/GuildLink relationship will enhance these programs by integrating programs like GuildCare into MPS’ unique software programs, Healthstream and Quantum.

Guildlink’s Chief Executive Officer, Ross Gallagher, says: “Medication Adherence is a key part of 6CPA, and DAA is one of its critical components. Our partnership will help pharmacies reduce costs and boost in-store work flow efficiencies”.

MPS and GuildCare are both present this week at APP, where community pharmacies can learn more about how this partnership will help transform pharmacy workflow.

 

2016 APP

Gold Coast, Queensland, March 17 – March 20 2016.

GuildCare             Stand number 329.

MPS                       Stand number 77 & 78.

 

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