Pharmacy automation is disruptive

Disruptive technology may replace low and medium-quality work (now done by technicians), but will eventually replace the most demanding ones (now done by pharmacists). [Source]

I came across an article outlining the various jobs that are likely to be taken over by machines. Pharmacists are on the list. If you think about it, a big chunk of pharmacists’ current job scope can be replaced with automation. With the exception of those requiring clinical judgement, the processes are repetitive and bound […]

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