… obscure but necessary!
Most prescriptions are handled electronically from the doctor to the pharmacy. However sometimes a doctor or caregiver needs to write a prescription. They need prescription pads. Believe it or not, there are many restrictions on preparing and selling prescription pads. For example, prescription pads must be printed on non-copiable paper. Also, purchase of the prescription paper is limited only to printers. Paper suppliers are responsible for determining if the paper purchaser is legitimate. And it goes on.
Here is an example of a recent project that we did for an OB/GYN practice.
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