BELLEVUE, Wash., Sept. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Educational Review System announces the pediatric pharmacy panel – "Technology and Pediatric Medication: Benefits and Gaps — Where do we go from here?" – on September 28. The afternoon panel, part of the first annual Pediatric Medication Safety Summit, will focus on current challenges and practical solutions for pediatrics medication safety—the benefits of technology and the gaps.
The discussion will be hosted by barcode point-of-care (BPOC) expert, Mark Neuenschwander, and panelists will provide a broad range of insights into pediatric medication safety.
"Talyst is honored to provide an education grant to support this Summit," said Carla Corkern, Chief Executive Officer at Talyst. "Our primary goal is to engineer the safer pharmacy."
About Education Review System
Educational Review Systems (ERS) is a full-service meeting planning and continuing education firm specializing in turn-key medical education solutions for the pharmaceutical and medical industries. We deliver a diversified menu of high quality CE, CME, Nursing and ancillary medical group programs.
Talyst, founded in 2002, helps pharmacies to enhance efficiency, provide greater inventory control and improve patient safety by delivering enterprise-class software and proven hardware components that increase efficiency, lower costs and deliver better patient care. As of 2010, Talyst has installed automated systems in more than 500 acute-care hospitals, integrated healthcare systems, long-term care facilities, and correctional institutions. The company strives to "engineer the safer pharmacy."
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