No one operates a pharmacy because they love systems. As a pharmacy operator, you need to be focused on delivering excellent care to your patients, rather than worrying about computer systems. Let HBS be your back-end IT support and provide you with equipment built for pharmacies.
Whether you’re looking to purchase a server from HBS, provide your own, or host the HBS system in a virtual environment, HBS offers many options that best fit your personal or IT requirements. Don’t forget, a server provided by HBS can be used as a daily dispensing station, or can sit in your back office for access away from the counter.
Whether you’re looking for a serious performer or an effective solution for printing on a wide range of pharmacy labels and forms, laser printers deliver the ultimate combination of quality, low ownership costs and outstanding reliability. If you're looking to provide your own equipment, make sure to ask your HBS representative for more details.
DID YOU KNOW? HBS offers laser labels, forms and toner to fit your needs (Learn More about HBS Supplies), and hardware maintenance to reduce your exposure if your equipment fails (Learn More about HBS Services).
Looking to print pharmacy labels on a thermal printer instead of laser? HBS offers many different thermal printers that can meet your daily and space needs and are built to work with your HBS system and workflow needs. If you're looking to provide your own equipment, make sure to ask your HBS representative for more details.
DID YOU KNOW? HBS offers standard and custom thermal labels that will work with your printer (Learn More about HBS Supplies).
Like a pharmacy printer, PC’s are also the workhorse in any pharmacy. Loaded with the latest Microsoft Windows environment, HBS supplies quality PC equipment that will last for years and is guaranteed to work with your HBS system. If you're looking to provide your own equipment, make sure to ask your HBS representative for more details.
A router enables your pharmacy to transmit secure data across the Internet, which includes prescription claims, credit card processing, emails and access to secure websites. Internet reliability is paramount, but make sure your router supports existing HIPAA data standards, while securing your pharmacy network.