Yesterday, the new facilities of the SPDA department (Personalized Automated Dosing System), of Plaza del Sol's pharmacy, Luis Rico, a pioneering apothecary known for its innovative approach to health services, were unveiled.
This service improves the medication taking experience by patients. It is organized by intake and time and is especially targeted at polymedicated persons and social health centers (residences). It has many advantages, including the ability to track and control all processes. This prevents mistakes in blistering in bags. Automation allows for minimal handling of medicines up to the point they reach their destination. This is possible despite strict sanitary measures including UVC radiation disinfection.
As an outsourced pharmacy service to nursing homes, the SPDA department was created. Luis Rico stated that this system allows for rational use of medicine, which is good for the sustainability and health system. Rico also confirmed that the system offers the best service, with the best guarantees, at zero cost to social health centers.
This department was designed to create as many as nine jobs. Luis Rico explained that their age is a burden to them as they must divide and manipulate the medications, know when they need to be taken, and this system doesn't give you the medication in a container, but rather shows you how to take it every day. Rico said Rico. Andujar and other nearby municipalities can use this service. Rico also explored the pioneering initiative of Jaen.
Josefa Jurado (Consultant for Social Welfare), and Jose Antonio Oria (Mayor for Promotion and Commerce) attended the presentation. Jurado expressed appreciation for the commitment to making medication and life easier for those who are elderly or have mobility issues.