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Shreveport, LA — PioneerRx is helping pharmacists advocate for immunization health with the Scientific Technologies Corporation’s ImmsLink, a form of immunization intelligence that is the “only bi-directional immunization interface.” PioneerRx pharmacies will have access to patient immunization histories and be able to report the vaccinations they administer to their states’ registries. Pharmacists can also receive “VAC” alerts during their workflow when an opportunity arises to offer a due/overdue vaccination. Twenty-eight stores in 11 states are actively reporting their immunizations through ImmsLink. Together, PioneerRx and STC are making a move for patient health and solidifying the pharmacist’s role as a health care provider.
Developed with the experience of over 35 years of pharmacy software development and support, PioneerRx was built from scratch to provide the pharmacy community with a solution that can grow as the industry changes for the next 35 years. PioneerRx delivers weekly improvements and cutting edge features that are designed to provide speed, simplicity, consistency and flexibility, however, their ultimate goal of development is to help pharmacies make more money. Leading the industry in first to market functionality in one seamlessly integrated package, PioneerRx Pharmacy Software has become one of the most successful and frequently talked about pharmacy systems in the United States.
Founded in 1988, STC was one of the first companies to advocate for the value of immunization registries and public health data to augment clinical practice. Since then, STC has become the trusted authority on the applied use of information technology to collect immunization data and assist in solving complex challenges. With over 300 million vaccine encounters now retained in the immunization registries of STC and its state public health partners, STC plays a key role in protecting children and adults from diseases and helping to create healthier populations.