Customer Spotlight

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Enrich and Improve Lives: Campus Health Services Pharmacies at the University of NC

Good communication is essential to success; without it, opportunities to foster positive relationships diminish and growth is nearly impossible. Amy Sauls, R.Ph., director of Campus Health Services at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, has seen many changes in her 20 years in the pharmacy industry. One of the most monumental changes is the way she and her staff communicate with the student body.


QS/1 Partners with KPhA to Provide Pharmacy Services in Emergencies

Earlier this year, QS/1 partners, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) and the Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA), participated in a showcase to display the region’s overall capabilities to respond to a natural disaster or emergency and demonstrate services the state could provide, including fire, police, pharmacy and other disaster-response resources.


Ed’s Rexall Drug: Standing the Test of Time

The ability to evolve and adapt to change are two common themes of any successful business. The pharmacy industry is no stranger to this ideology. Using this business model, pharmacies are becoming more specialized and pharmacists are playing an even greater role in their patients’ overall healthcare.