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Australia's Leading Precision Opioid Dispensing System

AUTODOSE is proud to have many fantastic customers – across many different large pharmacy groups as well as local independent community pharmacies – providing such a high level of care to their patients with our system. Here are just a few of them.

The Real Benefits of Autodose

Dallas Parade Pharmacy

A moderate sized suburban store located in a small shopping centre in the north western area of Brisbane.

Dallas Parade Pharmacy is dosing approximately 30 + clients per day.

They have had the stand alone Autodose pump installed since November 2009 and Autodose software was installed in May 2010.

Dallas Parade staff have been very happy with the system and more particularly are pleased that the Autodose system has provided a real time stock level of their opioid stock.

This has enabled greater confidence in their stock management and ensured that out of stocks haven’t occurred with this important range and also allows faster reconciliation of the DD safe.

​”It gives me great peace of mind that Autodose keeps track of my stock levels, in real time.”

Capital Chemist Higgins

A suburban pharmacy located in a neighbourhood shopping centre in the north of Canberra.

Before installing Autodose the pharmacy was dosing approximately 10 clients per day manually, which was taking up considerable time for a one pharmacist operation.

They have had a stand alone Autodose pump installed since March 2010 and have expanded their patient list to 15 and had the Autodose software installed in March 2011 with a view to expanding their patient list further.

The main benefit in using the system has been ensuring that patients are accurately identified and doses are verified by the automated pump.

Gains that Higgins has made in using the Autodose system has enabled them to look at expanding the number of clients they currently service – greatly improving their program cashflow without added administrative or staffing burden, while fulfilling a need for the local population.