KIRKLAND, Wash., Nov. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "We are pleased to announce and welcome John Derr, RPh to the Talyst Board of Directors as an Independent Director," said Carla Corkern, Chief Executive Officer at Talyst. "John brings many years of experience and extensive knowledge of the Long Term Care industry to our board. He is the former CIO/CTO of Golden Living, a former Chair of the ASCP Foundation, and the Founder of LTPAC Health IT Collaborative, to name a few. We look forward to John's active participation on the Talyst Board of Directors."
"In my various federal committee meetings we frequently discuss the importance of medication management," said John Derr. "One of the important elements in complete medication management is the dispensing of medications, the disposal of medications and the software required to aggregate and manage all the factors. Talyst is at the forefront of many of the aspects of excellent medication management in long term post acute care (LTPAC). I look forward to providing insight and guidance to Talyst as they continue to provide innovative solutions in the LTPAC market."
Talyst, a market leader in pharmacy automation, will exhibit InSite Remote Dispensing at the annual ASCP Fall 2013 Annual Meeting & Exhibition at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle (Booth 604). For more information, visit http://www.ascpannual.com/.
About Talyst: Talyst is a leader in pharmacy automation and engineers the safer pharmacy. Our solutions provide enterprise-wide medication management across your entire health system to offer greater inventory control, enhanced workflow efficiency, and improved patient safety. As of 2013, Talyst has installed automated systems in more than 600 integrated healthcare systems, acute-care hospitals, long-term care facilities, and correctional institutions. We offer a powerful software platform with a suite of hardware components to meet your specific needs. Follow us on Twitter @Talyst_Inc or visit us at www.talyst.com.
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