Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) October 14, 2010
Talyst CEO Carla Corkern discussed the benefits of deploying pharmacy automation tools and barcoding models in hospital settings to eliminate medication errors in a Q&A with Clay Holtzman in this week’s edition of the Puget Sound Business Journal.
Talyst Inc. is the leader in pharmacy automation technologies. The company has leveraged its expertise to build unique systems designed specifically to address the needs of acute and long-term care facilities and correctional institutions.
The full article, “Questions for: Carla Corkern, Talyst CEO on medical mistakes,” can be referenced online at: http://seattle.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2010/10/11/story3.html?ana=e_ph.
Talyst is engineering the safer pharmacy. The company was founded in 2002 to provide automated medication management systems to acute care hospital pharmacies. The following year Talyst launched AutoPharm®, the innovative software platform designed to drive a complete suite of medication storage, packaging, refrigeration, and bar coding hardware.
As of 2010, Talyst has installed automated systems in more than 500 acute care hospitals, integrated healthcare companies, long-term care facilities, and corrections facilities. Talyst is dedicated to delivering world-class software and proven hardware components to enhance efficiency, provide greater inventory control, and improve patient safety in all care environments.
Michael Ann Thomas
RH Strategic (rhstrategic.com/)
mthomas(at)rhstrategic(dot)com or 773-961-7340