Envision Telepharmacy’s Restricted-Area Solution Moves into Large-Hospital Markets

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At this year’s ASHP Mid-Year Clinical Meeting & Exhibition (December 5-9, 2010) Envision Telepharmacy will install a fully functional, multi-station replica of its Pharm-Q ITH solution. This hands-on display will showcase its latest version of integrated pharmacy workflow management software & hardware built expressly for work in restricted areas.

Continuing a tradition of single-minded focus on groundbreaking telepharmacy solutions, Envision Telepharmacy is bringing a fully functional, multi-station, hands-on replica of its latest restricted-area work solution Pharm-Q In the Hood (ITH) to this year’s ASHP Mid-Year Clinical Meeting & Exhibition (Booth 645, December 5-9, Anaheim, CA ).

By trying out the system themselves in real-time, visitors can see how Envision’s unique, wireless-based Pharm-Q ITH solution lets technicians and pharmacists work together without the technician leaving the isolation hood (or restricted area) and without the pharmacist being in the same physical space when questions arise.

Pharm-Q ITH, along with Pharm-Q Medication Order Management (MOM), marks the growth of Envision’s large health-system solutions while it continues to build products and services that contribute to extending pharmacy solutions to small and rural hospitals. At this year’s ASHP Mid-Year Meeting Envision’s CEO Emily Alexander, PharmD, BCPS and Vice President Becky Harvey, PharmD participate in "A Hitchhiker's Guide to Telepharmacy" (305 L04), an ASHP program session on how best to evaluate telepharmacy options, scheduled for Sunday, December 5th from 1:50pm to 3:20pm.

Furthermore, as part of its mission of enabling and realizing safe, quality patient care and pharmacist access through the use of compliant and cost-effective telepharmacy solutions, Envision is also expanding into international markets. Discussions are underway with potential partners outside of the US who are eager to bring Envision’s telepharmacy solutions to their markets.

For more press information about Pharm-Q ITH see http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/04/prweb3907214.htm

Note: Features are product- and installation-dependent. Some listed features and functionality may be unavailable depending on application and customer’s environment. Product and service descriptions, functionality & requirements are subject to change without notice. ENVISION MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IN THIS PRESS RELEASE.

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About Envision Telepharmacy, LLC
Envision Telepharmacy was established in 2004 to provide better ways to extend pharmacy services for hospitals and health care systems in need. It is a pioneer in developing tools and systems that provide electronic supervision and order processing through high-bandwidth, standards-based web technology, still imaging, and high resolution video. More information about Envision Telepharmacy, LLC can be found at http://www.envision-rx.com/

Contact: Emily Alexander at (432) 897-0754 / Emily.Alexander(at)envision-rx(dot)com

About American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)
ASHP is a 35,000-member national professional association that represents pharmacists who practice in hospitals, health maintenance organizations, long-term care facilities, home care and other components of health care systems. Its main office is in Bethesda, Md. More information about ASHP can be found at http://www.ashp.org/

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