Providing Medication and Supplies to Correctional Facilities
Taking advantage of our expertise, high level of security, and cost-saving strategies in traditional pharmacy services, we are able to provide fast, efficient and - most importantly - low cost services to our correctional facility partners. AmeriPharma is experienced and willing to work closely with given facility staff to provide them with sufficient tools, materials, and training to assure each inmate receives the pharmacy service they require. We serve all types of correctional facilities, including jails, prisons, detention centers, and juvenile halls/juvenile detention centers.
Reliable Service and Support
Partnering with AmeriPharma as the sole provider of pharmacy solutions for your correctional facility allows your staff to effortlessly place orders by phone, fax or through our advanced online ordering system. With thousands of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies always in stock, most orders ship same-day.
Take control of your records with our value-added reports for each inmate. These reports ensure that your facility operates medication regimen in conformity with all applicable laws and regulations, as well as provide additional tools for both cost savings and maintenance of the desirable quality of services.
Services for Correctional Facilities
Using Technology to Improve Care
Technology has consistently been an important area of growth for AmeriPharma. While we make sure to always have the human resources available for care, customer service, compassion, expertise, and clinical judgment, we rely on technology for precision, accuracy, cost-effectiveness, security, and other important aspects of vital importance in correctional pharmaceutical services. After all, when used appropriately, these are the tools that help navigate the ever-changing requirements, rules, and regulations of correctional pharmacies. These tools allow us to guarantee top performance in how we take orders, fill prescriptions, and deliver medications for thousands of patients.
We also maintain direct interfaces to several Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Electronic Medication Administration Records (eMAR) used in correctional healthcare. Our bidirectional interfaces enable the most complete exchange of information between the electronic medical records system and the pharmacy.