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Connect 2016: PioneerRx Users Conference

Caitlin Sattler - June 13, 2016 - 0 comments

San Antonio, TX – On June 10-12, PioneerRx hosted its fourth annual Connect user conference. PioneerRx employees, customers, and pharmacy vendors gathered at the San Antonio Marriot Rivercenter to discuss and learn more about effective software usage and pharmacy advancement.

This year’s conference opened with a keynote from Joe Moose, who set the tone for the rest of the conference with his keynote on community pharmacy. “I am not a cost center. I am an investment,” says Joe, in reference to pharmacy reimbursements from pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs). The next four days continued the theme of investment with enriched courses on software comprehension and strategic pharmacy practices.

Users attended classes taught by PioneerRx employees, such as Medication Synchronization with Jeff Key and Jenny Roe. Attendees also had the opportunity to better their pharmacy’s business with exclusive courses such as Think Different! Think You! by Waypoint’s Ben Coakley; Clinical Pharmacy taught by Amina Abubakar; and Patient Risk Score by CCNC’s Troy Trygstad. Many pharmacy vendors were in attendance, as well.

The conference concluded with the announcement of Connect 2017, which will be hosted in New Orleans.

About PioneerRx

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.