|By Marketwired .||
|August 5, 2014 03:05 PM EDT||
In this role, Judd is responsible for working with pharmacies, including independent, retail and hospital outpatient pharmacies, to find automation solutions that best fit the customer's needs and pharmacy workflow.
"Shawn is a great addition to our team," said David Williams, Vice President, RxMedic. "His experience and dedication to the pharmacy automation market is strongly aligned with RxMedic customer service philosophies."
Prior to joining RxMedic, Judd spent his career in sales within health care, including pharmacy, home health and pharmacy automation. Judd has developed extensive knowledge in hospital and retail pharmacy supply chain and a strong understanding of Mountain and Western regional hospital and retail pharmacies. He is a graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a degree in Public Health Administration.
Judd has worked with pharmacies to develop detailed workflow analyses, determining efficiencies achieved through robotic dispensing automation. His background includes relationships within all sectors of the Department of Defense, including Indian Health Service and VA Medical Centers.
"I am excited to be working with such a great pharmacy automation supplier," said Judd. "RxMedic offers comprehensive solutions, from automated counting to robotic dispensing, that are designed to maximize efficiency in workflow. I am enjoying the opportunity to work with pharmacies to develop their full potential."
About RxMedic Systems:
RxMedic provides advanced automated dispensing technology to pharmacies, including Automated Counting Systems (ACS), Automated Dispensing Systems (ADS), Eyecon Visual Counting System and RM64 -- the fastest pharmacy robot available. The RxMedic unique photo verification process provides pharmacies with digital documentation of every prescription. RxMedic products utilize HEPA filtration and exclusive vacuum technology for unsurpassed air quality. Each prescription is dispensed directly into a vial, increasing patient safety by eliminating cross-contamination risks. All RxMedic products are backed by nationwide on-site service. RxMedic is a subsidiary of the J M Smith Corporation.
For more information about RxMedic, visit www.rxmedic.com.
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