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Jun 9, 2014

 

The mission of capwoRx is: To create apps which propel compounding pharmacists towards success.

Formulating compounds properly can be the most time consuming process in a pharmacist’s day - but it doesn’t have to be that way. Founded upon the core values of efficiencysimplicityaccuracy and speedcapwoRx aims to assist compounding pharmacists in all facets of the formulation process. Each and every app produced by capwoRx combines practical experience with innovative technology. The results are apps which help compounders create better formulations while carving out extra time in their workday to focus on growing their businesses.

About the Founder

Kyle T. Panter, PharmD, is the owner and founder of capwoRx. His role is to oversee the direction and development of each app produced by the company. He is currently the Pharmacist-in-Charge of a growing compounding pharmacy in the Tulsa, OK area. An alumnus of The University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy, Dr. Panter has nearly 14 years experience in the compounding arena. Dr. Panter is passionate about solving practical problems with innovative ideas and methods to advance the practice of compounding.