FrameworkLTC suite of products (including RxPertise) require two Microsoft products for its functionality - a Windows operating system environment and Microsoft SQL Server as its database engine. Within the next several months, Microsoft will be ending support for two popular versions of these products: Windows 7 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.
Health Dimensions Group (HDG) issued its “Top Trends in Aging Services 2019” report, detailing 11 developments that will shape the long-term care field’s future.
In our last post, we said why it is extremely important to perform routine Index maintenance for your SQL databases. I thought we’d walk through a few cautionary tales of how not maintaining these indexes can impact your pharmacy. (Spoiler alert: all are less than ideal situations for your staff and customers!)
Implementing a new software application often seems like a very daunting task, especially considering pharmacies typically don’t have the luxury of closing shop for a few days. The goals of improved workflow efficiencies, accuracies and business growth make the transition worth it, and with proper planning and expectation setting you can tackle implementing new technologies head on! Here are some helpful tips, best practices, and recommendations to help aid in the transition.
SoftWriters is excited to initiate a new monthly training webinar series. This series will cover a variety of important training topics that will be beneficial for FWLTC users to attend. All customers will be able to have input on the topics covered each month via a quick survey; registration and format will be similar to the monthly Release Notes Webinars.
Audits are costly and happening at an increased rate. They commonly occur 12x’s or more each year, requiring your team to spend countless hours sorting through and organizing paperwork. Costs skyrocket when one singular piece of documentation is missing. With FrameworkECM content management solution, one staff member could respond to an entire audit in a matter of hours.