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Hospital Marketplace E-Course Suite Adds Insight on Quality and Information Systems
Date:12/8/2010

conveys the challenge and importance of emphasizing quality, as well as the roles responsible for upholding quality standards.
  • Institutional IT Systems
    This course was developed to promote understanding of institutionally based information systems—particularly those in hospitals and integrated delivery networks—as well as the manner in which those information systems affect drug utilization.  It explores key technologies, including electronic medical records, pharmacy information systems, computerized physician order entry, clinical decision support systems, automated dispensing, and barcoding.

The Hospital Marketplace Suite is part of a robust family of Managed Markets Excellence® e-courses designed to fill the critical need for basic and advanced managed markets training.  For more information on the Managed Markets Excellence® training solutions, please visit:
http://www.pharmainstitute.com/elearning/managed-markets/hospital-marketplace/.

About Pharmaceutical Institute

Pharmaceutical Institute is a leading provider of specialized training programs for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry.  We partner with subject matter experts from our parent company, Campbell Alliance, to develop high-impact distance learning solutions for professionals within all major pharmaceutical company functions including brand management, business development, clinical development, managed markets, medical affairs, sales, and trade and distribution.  Pharmaceutical Institute is based in Raleigh, N.C.  For more information, please visit www.pharmainstitute.com.


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