No, that is not post-traumatic stress disorder, abbreviated to PTSD in any case. And for that you could be in consultation with your regular retail pharmacist. But in turn, your regular retail pharmacist would have to be in close consultation with your consulting physician or specialist. Because of course, PTSD is a rather serious condition and needs to be supervised with all the seriousness and discipline that this rather common illness requires.
The close collaboration between doctor and pharmacist should run all the more smoothly these days now that the pharmacist has the use of the PSS. It is not a dysfunctional abbreviation. And it can be referring to the retail pharmacist’s recently installed custom-driven retail pharmacy software system. If the retailer is on a budget, he could be serviced with a generalized alternative. But why do that? Why do that when you could go further in your practice with a dose of advanced sophistry.
And it certainly should help going into the long-term. It will become cheaper in the longer run to work from a customized operating system. Services could be offered to the customers and patients at faster turnaround times. But the speed at which the system may be designed to operate should take nothing away from the sought-after accuracy and care, and attention to detail. Medical practitioners should enjoy this system as well.
Because they no longer need to crumple a prescription note into their sick patients’ trembling hands. They can just as easily send the prescription via the internet and direct to the preferred retail pharmacist’s customized retail pharmacy software system. And by the way, that still stands. Customers will still be able to receive door by door service. Only it should be a lot quicker this time.