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Baptist Regional Selects Pharmacy Tools

June 25, 2009
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Baptist Regional Medical Center

in Corbin, Kentucky has implemented Quantifi from Bellevue, Wash.-based

Pharmacy OneSource

to establish benchmarks and trending of clinical and quality pharmacy activities, and the company’s Amplifi product to manage their formulary and communicate medication information throughout the hospital.

According to the company, Amplifi is a flexible, robust formulary management and pharmacy communications application with integrated drug information that it says will provide BRMC tools to manage, update, and communicate formularies in print, on the web, and on handhelds.

Baptist Regional is a 240-bed facility and member of the Baptist Healthcare System.

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