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SIS Offers Increased Financial and Operational Efficiencies with Pyxis Supply Technologies

ATLANTA, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In a continued effort to provide perioperative solutions that create increased efficiencies that result in optimized revenue and safer care, Surgical Information Systems (SIS) now offers hospitals the capability of integrating their SIS Solution to Pyxis Supply Te...

CareFusion Expands Pyxis(R) Perioperative Solutions Offering

...ion solution for improved workflow By integrating pyxis ProcedureStation(TM) system with a hospital's ORIS...), Epic, and others. "By integrating our pyxis ProcedureStation(TM) system and Picis OR Manager a...)ProcedureStation(TM) with RFID technology(1), the pyxis ProcedureStation(TM) RFID system from CareFusion h...

Health Robotics Announces i.v.STATION(TM) Contract With Grifols in Spain, Portugal and South America

...s extremely impressed to see their manufacturing and biomedical expertise and the large footprint they have achieved with over 100 hospitals utilizing pyxis MedStation technologies in their core markets. I hope this is just the beginning of a long-term partnership expanding into manufacturing and other une...

Steven H. Kane Appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of Patient Safety Technologies, Inc.

...e helped guide that company through a successful initial public offering in January 2000. Prior to that, Mr. Kane was Eastern Area Vice President for pyxis Corporation, where he was instrumental in positioning the company for its initial public offering in 1992 and its subsequent sale to Cardinal Health f...

Cardinal Health Launches New Products for the Operating Room

...n automated medical supply dispensing Cardinal Health is introducing the pyxis ProcedureStation(TM) system with Tissue and Implant module(1) an industry-f...y dispensing technology with operating room management information systems. pyxis ProcedureStation(TM) system integration with Picis(2) OR Manager automatica...

Medipacs Appoints Advisory Board Members

... Swenson worked for fifteen years at Swedish Hospital Medical Center and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA, before joining the pyxis management team soon after its founding, where David played a central role in developing the economic value proposition for their Medstation drug disp...

Cardinal Health Awards $1 Million to Fund Patient Safety Initiatives

... hospital discharge Catholic Healthcare Cincinnati Configure medication use system Partners using pyxis automation technologies Children's Hospital Madera, Mind the gap: healthy literacy Centra...

Novis Pharmaceuticals Announces Hiring of Thomas E. Burke III as President and CEO

...Cardinal Health, Integrated Provider Solutions, Tom had Northeast responsibility for five businesses: Distribution, Laboratory, Manufactured Products, pyxis Supply and Presource which generated $1.4 billion in revenue. He also held several executive level positions in other Cardinal Health companies, inclu...

Cardinal Health, Sentry Data Systems Introduce New Technology to Help Health Care Providers More Cost-Efficiently Care for Underserved

...anagement and billing systems. For additional hospital pharmacy convenience, the technology also interfaces with key Cardinal Health products, such as pyxis MedStation(R) automated medication management system, Cardinal.com ordering system and CardinalASSIST(R) automated pharmaceutical replenishment system...
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Cardinal Health Launches Pyxis(R) MedStation(R) 4000; Introduces Industry-First Service to Interpret Dispensing and Infusion Data

...cember 7-11 in Orlando, Fla. Other key offerings highlighted by Cardinal Health at the industry event include: -- A new version of the pyxis PARx(R) pharmacy auto-replenishment system, to help ensure the accuracy of medications picked in the pharmacy and delivered to the Pyxis(R) MedStation...

Interleukin Genetics Announces Conversion of $2.04 Million of Debt Into Common Stock

...2007. Under the terms of the Promissory Notes, the conversion price of $0.6392 resulted in the Company's issuance of 3,190,987 shares of common stock. pyxis has previously agreed not to sell these shares prior to August 17, 2008. "Interleukin Genetics remains at the forefront of delivering consumers gene...

Finding a Yardstick For Local Biotech Improvement and Success

... manages the largest ag biotech fund in the U.S. as well as several biotech funds. Steve Burrill is chairman to one of our local ag biotech companies, pyxis Genomics, and is involved with several other companies in the Midwest. Harry Kraemer, CEO of Baxter International. Baxter is one of the cornerstone ...

40 Midwest biotech organizations to explore Japanese partnerships

...onsin Alumni Research Foundation, Madison Iowa City of Sioux City Illinois Argonne National Laboratory Northwestern University, Evanston pyxis Genomics Inc., Chicago Immtech International, Vernon Hills Midwest Bioresearch LLC, Evanston AT Kearney, Inc. Emerchants Indiana Bioanaly...
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