Moorestown, NJ, October 11, 2012 – CareKinesis, the national medication therapy management company, was named a “Best Place to Work” by the Greater Philadelphia Business Journal. The awards were presented October 10, 2012 during a gala celebration at xFINITY Live! in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
CareKinesis partners with healthcare organizations to provide personalized medication therapy management and pharmacy services for high-risk populations. The results are enhanced medication-related outcomes and greater operational efficiency. The employees of CareKinesis accomplish this through expert pharmacist consultation services, a web-based electronic medication management platform, custom adherence medication packaging, and flexible medication access options.
“This recognition means a great deal to our company,” said Chairman and CEO, Calvin H. Knowlton, BSPharm, MDiv, PhD. “We know our success results from having good customers and great employees. We are delighted CareKinesis team members who were surveyed responded honestly and with obvious enthusiasm for how they are treated, and for the work they do for our clients.”
CareKinesis is the first PACE-specific medication management and distribution pharmacy in the country. The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) – in some states called Living Independence For the Elderly (LIFE) – provides comprehensive, long-term services and support to Medicaid and Medicare enrollees. PACE/LIFE organizations nationwide rely on CareKinesis to increase medication adherence and reduce participant hospitalizations and recidivism.
The CareKinesis leadership, management and software development team members have been working together for over 25 years in several healthcare companies. Using their experiences and casino articles expertise, they started CareKinesis in 2009 to improve the current medication delivery system.
According to CareKinesis President Orsula V. Knowlton, PharmD, MBA, the mission of the company quickly becomes the passion of the individual employee. “We are eager to receive the results of the Business Journal’s survey of our employees,” said Knowlton. “I suspect the majority will talk about the kind of work they do, the constituents they serve and the unique tools they have to do their jobs. They know they are “doing good”.
CareKinesis is differentiated by its use of advanced trained pharmacology experts, pharmacogenomics consultants and pharmacy technicians working with automated and personalized dispensing services and an integrated software system for ordering, managing and monitoring patient medication profiles. This allows employees to provide patient-specific medications, assuring an accurate and timely treatment plan. Good work, indeed.
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