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CareFusion Selects Palomar Pomerado Health as Development Partner for Patient Safety Technologies
Date:10/26/2010

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Palomar Pomerado Health (PPH), a Magnet® designated health system located in North County, San Diego, has been selected by San Diego-based CareFusion, a global medical technology company, as a development partner for the latest Pyxis technologies that focus on improving the safety and cost of health care.

As a partner in innovation with CareFusion, PPH physicians, nurses, pharmacists, respiratory therapists and information technology leadership will provide feedback on new and current medication and supply management technologies in the patient care environment around functionality, workflow, efficiency and more. This also means that patients will have access to these marketing-leading technologies that have been proven to help reduce medication errors, decrease the turn-around time for patients to receive critical medications and increase hospital workflow efficiencies so nurses and doctors can spend more time on direct patient care.

"Part of our customer-centric development process is to gather clinician feedback and test our products in a best-in-class, acute care environment, like Palomar Pomerado Health hospitals," said Tom Leonard, president of Dispensing Technologies at CareFusion. "We are excited to be working with a local health system to innovate new, global technologies that improve patient safety, while lowering the overall costs of health care."

"This new development partnership with Care Fusion will enable PPH to lead the industry in terms of the adoption of innovative solutions in the medical dispensing arena," said Orlando Portale, Chief Innovation Officer, Palomar Pomerado Health.  "Working closely with the CareFusion research and development team, we will translate new conceptual models into next generation capabilities that will streamline key care-delivery and management processes."

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