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Talyst Exhibits at the National Association of State Veterans Homes Summer Conference
Date:7/24/2014

KIRKLAND, Wash., July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Talyst, a market leader in pharmacy automation, will be exhibiting at the 2014 National Association of State Veterans Homes (NASVH) Summer Conference in Charleston, South Carolina. The goal of the NASVH is to ensure that each and every eligible US veteran receives the benefits, services, long term health care and respect which they have earned by their service and sacrifice.

With the InSite® Remote Dispensing System, Talyst can help State Veterans Homes increase operational efficiencies and reduce overhead. In addition, InSite can increase patient satisfaction - including improving residents' safety, lowering time to first dose and reducing medication waste.

"This is a very important business segment for us, not from a financial point of view, but rather in our desire to ensure that Veterans in long term care are provided with the best care possible," said George Kondrach, General Manager and Vice President of Extended Care at Talyst. "With the InSite System, State Veterans Homes can provide medication to residents quickly and safely while at the same time saving staff time and money on medication waste. The end result is more time for staff to spend providing care to the most deserving of patients."

To learn more about our products and solutions, stop by the Talyst booth in South Carolina. For more information about the NASVH please visit, http://www.nasvh.org/Conferences/conferenceSummer.cfm.                                 

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 2014, Talyst has installed automated solutions in more than 700 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 enterprise-wide needs. Follow us on Twitter @Talyst_Inc or visit us at www.talyst.com.


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