Compliance Packaging

/Compliance Packaging
Compliance Packaging 2017-08-14T15:27:29+00:00
IHS Pharmacy medicine• With our state-of-the-art compliance packaging system provided by AmerisourceBergen, each inmate will receive a small box containing a roll of med packs.

• Each individual pack is clearly marked with the inmate’s name, your facility name, and a description of its contents (this includes the name, strength, and a physical description of each drug).

• In the morning, your staff tears off the “MORNING” pack and delivers it to the inmate. The same for lunch, evening and bedtime. It only takes a few seconds to confirm the pack’s contents.

The Plan is Simple. The Benefits are Huge.

medcardsIHS Pharmacy also offers blister cards, for facilities that prefer them. With a blister card, a single medication is packaged, usually in a 30-day supply, on a “blister card” with a patient label on the card. If a patient is on multiple medications, the patient will have multiple blister cards.

What Our Clients Say

Our facility changed to IHS Pharmacy five years ago and we haven’t looked back since. As an Administrator I have enough day to day issues occurring, I know with IHS, medication is one less worry I have to concentrate on. Their competitive prices have cut my medication expenses in half! Their staff has always been professional, friendly and very helpful and I look forward to continuing my business with them.
Amy Clark, Jail Administrator, Johnson City Detention Facility, TN
IHS has been our pharmacy provider for several years. They give great service and take care of our every need. They give us personal service and their staff is wonderful to work with.
Rita Wilson, RN, Grayson County Detention Center, KY
IHS Pharmacy is top notch. The entire staff at IHS is courteous and work hard to meet our needs. When I order medications/supplies, I generally have it when I get to work the next day. Local, fast, professional, cost effective, dependable, one stop shop, simple. No need to look any further if you are in need of someone to take care of your facility.
Lt. Jonathan Langley, RN, Medical Administrator, DeKalb County Corrections, AL