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Omnicell Selected by Nation's Third Largest Public Healthcare System for Medication Management Systems
Date:12/3/2009

path with frequent software upgrades to help customers remain current with ever-changing regulatory issues as well as pharmacy and nursing best practices.

Other key advantages of the Omnicell systems include ease-of-use for pharmacy and nursing users who benefit from proprietary features including guiding lights technology, advanced single-dose dispensing and bar code confirmation on restock and issue. All of Omnicell's solutions are designed to decrease redundant administrative tasks to allow more time to focus on patient care.

The Omnicell OmniRx systems will provide the CHS network with advanced and flexible automated dispensing systems that will help enable clinical staff to monitor and control medication dispensing and reduce preventable medication errors. Omnicell's solutions will also help CHS hospitals capture charges on medications used during procedures and reduce nursing administrative time.

"We are pleased that a hospital network as prestigious as Carolinas HealthCare System has chosen Omnicell solutions for its medication management responsibility," said Randall Lipps, president, chairman and CEO of Omnicell. "This is a significant win for us. In choosing to replace its existing technology with our OmniRx solution, CHS recognizes our ability to help increase patient safety through the efficient and accurate management of medication dispensing. By noting that they were attracted to our reputation for high quality service and support, CHS has validated Omnicell's strategy to provide our customers with an experience unlike any other in the industry."

About Carolinas HealthCare System

Carolinas HealthCare System (www.carolinashealthcare.org) includes 29 affiliated hospitals in North and South Carolina. As one of the leading healthcare systems in the Southeast, Carolinas HealthCare employs some 1,400 physicians and serv
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