Cherokee Nation invests $2.3M in robotic pharmacy system

The Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma has invested about $2.3 million in an automatic pharmacy system.

The robotic system helps staff at the Three Rivers Health Center fill prescriptions faster and more accurately. “If you use this system like it’s set up, it will eliminate mistakes," pharmacist Ron Allen told The Muskogee Phoenix.

The system also saves money because it makes it easier to mail prescriptions to patients and to send to other tribal health facilities.

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