The Columbus-based healthcare software company will be attending the 10th anniversary celebration of the specialty pharmacy event to present a customer case study in collaboration with St. Luke’s at the innovation lab and join the panel on technology solutions in last mile logistics.
Columbus, OH, September 15, 2022 – This year’s National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) Annual Meeting & Expo celebrates the 10-year anniversary of specialty pharmacy’s premier event, and VPL, an industry leader in smart supply chain solutions for healthcare clients, is continuing to support their expansion into the pharmacy market by exhibiting their cloud-based pharmacy solutions at the event. NASP Annual Meeting & Expo 2022 will take place in Orlando, Florida at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center from September 19-22.
This past March, VPL announced the launch of their specialty pharmacy software solutions, VPL TrajectRx™—a clinically minded prescription shipping, tracking and compliance software built for pharmacists, by pharmacists to ensure specialty medications are delivered cost-effectively and securely.
“We’re excited to bring our pharmacy solutions to this year’s NASP Annual Meeting & Expo for the first time ever,” says Eric McGlade, CEO and Co-Founder at VPL. “Amanda Awe, our Pharmacy Product Specialist, spent over 10 years as a clinical pharmacist before coming to VPL to help other pharmacists solve familiar problems with technology solutions. Her unique perspective helps us to continuously innovate VPL TrajectRx, making it as useful to our customers as it can possibly be.”
VPL is proud to be leading two presentations for the Technology Day Workshop on Monday, September 19 in the mezzanine coastal breakout room Suwannee 1.
The first session, titled “Innovation Lab #5 – VPL & St. Luke’s,” is from 12:00-12:30 p.m. and will be presented by Marc Choquette (St. Luke’s), Derrek Seif (VPL), and Amanda Awe, PharmD, RPh (VPL). In this presentation, VPL will present a case study with a pharmacy customer that will demonstrate real world results of VPL TrajectRx.
The second session, titled “The Role of Technology in Solving ‘The Last Mile’ Logistics,” is from 4:30-5:30 p.m. and will be presented by Sheila Arquette, RPh (NASP), Amanda Awe, PharmD (VPL), Tim Ramsey (US Pack Logistics), Kirk Nilson (Parcel Shield). This panel will describe how specialty pharmacies use technology to provide customized, convenient, and customer-centric last-mile solutions to accommodate patients’ needs, improve customer satisfaction, manage costs, and safeguard medication quality.
“This event will really help us show the industry what we can do to help pharmacies simplify their prescription shipping workflows.” says McGlade. “I think those who sit in on her presentations will really enjoy them because they’ll be getting perspective on pharmacy software from an actual pharmacist who played a big role in the development of it all.”
Attendees can stop by the VPL TrajectRx booth (#606) to chat with their team about specialty pharmacies can make the prescription shipping workflow more seamless than ever before, find out what giveaway prizes they have available, and see what tricks their booth-side magician has up his sleeves.
By making the procurement-through-fulfillment processes smarter and more profitable, VPL is creating a new supplier dynamic whereby customers benefit from reduced costs, better insights, and increased transparency and efficiency. The industry’s only Smart Supply Chain Platform automates inbound and outbound shipping, unlocks visibility into the status of critical shipments, and identifies cost-savings opportunities for all of healthcare including IDNs, critical access, outpatient, and pharmacy. With more than 700 hospitals pharmacies, and ambulatory surgery centers, 6,000+ suppliers, and a 97% customer retention rate, it’s clear that VPL is the company the healthcare industry trusts to deliver savings, insights, and peace of mind. To learn more or to schedule a demo, visit the company’s website at www.getvpl.com.
NASP is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade organization and is the only national association representing all stakeholders in the specialty pharmacy industry. The mission of the National Association of Specialty Pharmacy (NASP) is to elevate the practice of specialty pharmacy by developing, delivering, and promoting continuing professional education and specialty certification while advocating for public policies that ensure patients have appropriate access to specialty medications in tandem with critical services. NASP supports a free-market healthcare system in which all specialty pharmacies compete on the same fair and level playing field, because that is in the best interest of the patients we collectively serve. NASP is committed to working with all stakeholders and policymakers to ensure that all patients have access to the life-saving medications they need and the high touch patient care and support services they deserve from the pharmacy of their choosing. To learn more, visit www.naspnet.org.