Pearson Medical Technologies is the leading provider and manufacturer of safe and efficient bar coded unit dose and multi-dose packaging systems and bar code labeling software for acute care, long term care, and retail pharmacies. At Pearson Medical, we provide the most elite customer service to ensure you have the best solutions in your pharmacy.
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Pearson Medical Technologies provides advanced and innovative pharmacy automation technology designed to improve patient safety and pharmacy efficiency. Our commitment to innovation, quality service, patient safety and the needs of pharmacists and patients are present in all our products and services.
With over 50 years of experience and a pioneer in pharmacy automation, Pearson Medical Technologies creates safe and efficient medication packaging solutions, including bar coded unit dose and multi-dose medication packaging systems and pharmacy labeling software.
PMT pledges to provide the latest pharmacy automation technology in order to ensure patient safety and reduce medical errors. Patient safety is our passion here at Pearson Medical Technologies.
At Pearson Medical, we design, develop, and manufacture safe and efficient pharmacy automation solutions ranging from unit dose packaging equipment, multi-dose packaging equipment to pharmacy bar code labeling software for unit dose packaging and manual packaging. Pearson Medical recently introduced their exclusive adherence packaging program for retail pharmacies, which includes marketing assistance to attract customers along with the multi-dose packaging technology. PMT offers solutions to meet the challenges of patient safety, medication error, pharmacy efficiency, and medication adherence. We pledge to work closely with your staff to ensure our solutions are fully meeting your needs.
As the number of chronic illness patients continue to grow, poor medication adherence is an increasingly “significant source of waste in our health care system.” Studies show that more than half of patients who are taking multiple medications have very low rates of medication adherence and do not take their medications as prescribed by their doctor. Poor medication adherence has grown over the years to become a $300 billion problem with $100 billion primarily due to medication non-adherence. Forward-looking companies like Pearson Medical Technologies are developing technologies and software to meet the challenges of patient safety and non-adherence.