The Kirby Lester KL60 and KL100 pharmacy robots will become on display at the NACDS Total Store Expo in Boston, MA, August 22-26.. PRESS RELEASE Lake Forest, IL – Kirby Lester, LLC, a leading pharmacy automation company, announced that 97 percent of the business's KL60 and KL100 pharmacy robot users surveyed reported their gadget improved their pharmacy's operations. The July 2014 Kirby Lester Robotics Consumer Satisfaction study included retail and outpatient pharmacies over the United States, Puerto Canada and Rico that were using the KL60 or KL100 robot. In a marketplace deeply worried about slim margins, error reduction, and improved competition, Kirby Lester's robotic dispensers were found to dramatically increase effectiveness and a positive ROI.‘Study supports the usage of more conservative remedies as a first-line protection against pain. This sensible approach not only reduces healthcare costs, but may help some individuals avoid riskier treatments entirely also.’ Related StoriesBRCA gene mutations and ovarian cancers: an interview with Dr Matulonis, Harvard Medical SchoolEarly physical therapy provides just modest benefits for recent-onset low back painMinimally invasive implant process effective for sufferers with sacroiliac joint dysfunctionA ‘conservative care first’ approach to health care encourages emphasis on even more cost-effective and safer approaches over potentially addictive medicines for pain management and health enhancement.