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Pharmacy OneSource Launches Checklist App for Compliance, Safety

April 2, 2010
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Bellevue, Wash.-based Pharmacy OneSource, Inc., software-as-a-service provider to more than 1,300 hospitals in the United States, announced today the launch of VeriForm, a web-based hospital checklist documentation and reporting system.

According to the company, VeriForm is a checklist management system that helps hospitals document and report on compliance and patient safety issues throughout their facility utilizing multiple forms. VeriForm can be used to assist meeting Joint Commission standards for storage of medications in nursing units, clinics, carts, and operating rooms and help document patient safety processes taking place before surgeries or other critical events

Managers can run real-time reports to easily see which forms have been completed and monitor trends in compliance by hospital area or criteria, the company says, adding that VeriForm has fully-integrated email capability.

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