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TRG at ASHP MCM 2020

We cordially invite you to virtually join The Robertson Group (TRG) at the 2020 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting for a dynamic and professional exchange of the best ideas for the use and deployment of informatics in pharmacy practice.  Our team will be exhibiting and would

Pharmacy Informatics at ASHP SM20

Due to the current public health crisis, the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) has converted its popular annual Summer Meeting into a virtual meeting, with on-demand education. The high-quality material is available free to members and non-members. On its e-Learning website, ASHP states: “Maintaining

Technology Assisted Medication Inventory Management

Pharmacy staff managing drug inventory are among the unsung heroes of health-system Pharmacy Services. Day-after-day these staff procure drug inventory to sustain supply of the medications patients need. Pharmacy procurement staff are requested to report on existing drug supply and predict future drug supply while

Dr. Beth Prier Joins TRG

I am very excited to announce an expansion to our leadership team. Please join me in welcoming Beth Prier, PharmD, MS to The Robertson Group (TRG), LLC in a leadership and consulting role. Beth has previously been consulting for us on selected projects, and has

Reboot-Blog-Post-TRG

Rebooting Our System

Welcome to The Robertson Group (TRG), LLC. TRG is a clinical informatics, health information technology, and medication-use systems consultancy based in Portland, Oregon. We are healthcare professionals and informatics advisors. From time to time it becomes necessary to reboot your system – to clean out

SMA Podcast

Podcast: Latest Topics and Trends with the Southern Medical Association

In the podcast, “Clinical Informatics: The Latest Trends and Topics”, Joseph Lassiter, MS, PharmD, President and Managing Advisor for The Robertson Group, a clinical informatics, health information technology, and medication-use systems consultancy based in Portland, Oregon, discusses clinical informatics and its importance and relevance to