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Memorial Adopts SaaS Formulary Tool

August 20, 2009
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Memorial Health Center in Medford, Wis., has implemented Pharmacy OneSource’s (Bellevue, Wash.) Amplifi SaaS solution to manage its formulary and communicate medication information throughout the hospital.

According to the company, Amplifi is a formulary management and pharmacy communications application with integrated drug information. It provides Memorial with a tool to manage, update, and communicate formularies in print, on the web, and on handhelds, it touts.

In addition to its 25-bed, critical access hospital, Memorial Health Center provides physician services in four other clinic locations — Gilman, Medford, Rib Lake and Prentice. It also operates a 101-bed skilled nursing facility, a 28-unit residential care assisted living complex, a 24-unit senior low income apartment complex, two therapy centers, a retail pharmacy, and a public fitness center.



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