Mark Neuenschwander has earned his reputation as one of the nations’ leading authorities on dispensing and point of administration automation. He strongly advocates the use of bar codes for medicine dispensing or dose administration.
Whether writing, lecturing or problem solving with a client, Mark communicates in terms and concepts that are easy to grasp and apply. His fresh perspective and keen insight stem from having invested thousands of hours in research and in-depth consulting with clients.
On August 23, 2017, I received word that hospital-pharmacy icon and dear friend, Kenneth N. Barker, passed away earlier that [...]
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This afternoon, I received an e-mail from my friend George Laurer (to my right), the inventor of the UPC bar code—the very [...]
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