Recently QuickMAR president, Stan Turner, spoke with ComputerTalk about how electronic medication administration records (eMARs) are contributing to managing long term care and how eMARS are allowing pharmacies as well as facilities to collaborate and measure performance.

In the interview Turner said, “With our software, they can actually get the full picture of exactly what’s happening in the building, with a specific patient. They can view their complete profile and see not just what their medication profile looks like at the moment, but they can track changes as well.”

For more information about how eMARs allow users to better measure performance and how they can help facilities improve the quality of care they provide, read the full interview posted on the ComputerTalk website.