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PiSLaw and Justice (Poland)
PiSPrograma de Integração Social (Social Integration Program, Brazil)
PiSPigs in Space (band)
PiSPostal Inspection Service (US)
PiSPassenger Information System
PiSPatient Information Sheet (drug trials)
PiSPortfolio Investment Scheme (finance; various companies)
PiSProduct Information Sheet
PiSProject Implementation Schedule
PiSProtocol Interfaces
PiSPhysical Interfaces
PiSProcessing Information Structure
PiSPharmacy Information System
PiSProduction Information System (data processing network)
PiSPre-Installation Survey
PiSPersonnel Identification System
PiSPublic Information Specialist
PiSPolarized Ion Source (accelerator technology)
PiSPrivate Independent School
PiSPolish Intelligence Service
PiSProcess Improvement Specialist
PiSPrivacy-Invasive Software
PiSPlot Induced Stupidity
PiSPrawo i SprawiedliwoϾ (Law and Justice; Polish political party)
PiSPompano Indoor Skatepark (Florida)
PiSPolitiets IndsatsStyrke (Danish TV show)
PiSPost Implementation Support
PiSPisidic (linguistics)
PiSPressure Indicating Switch
PiSPLC Information System
PiSPacific Insular States
PiSPublic Information Services Ltd (UK)
PiSPower Interface Systems (BSMC Power Nigeria Ltd.)
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This system should be centered around EMR and clinical processes consisting of ward-related, Nursing Information Systems (NIS) and the non-ward-related Departmental Information Systems (DIS) like Radiology Information Systems (RIS), and Pharmacy Information Systems (PIS).
The realities of evolutionary clinical IT implementation are keeping CIOs, CMI0s, and pharmacist informaticists very busy these days as meaningful use and healthcare reform mandates push healthcare IT leaders to more fully integrate pharmacy information systems with their core EHR/CPOE systems.
Integration with other McKesson solutions alerts pharmacists anytime a nurse overrides a patient's profile to dispense medications (from AcuDose-Rx unit-based cabinets) so the dispensing can be recorded in the pharmacy information system.
Holy Name Hospital, a 361-bed acute care hospital in Teaneck, N.J., was developing its own pharmacy information system and wanted to buy just clinical support databases from a vendor.
First, there were significant problems in the first 48 hours with the interfaces between the pharmacy information system and the Pyxis dispensing cabinets.
PACMED Server+ integrates with the Pharmacy Information System and unit-based cabinet system to process patient orders, manage inventory and report packaging activity, including sending reports via e-mail.
Today, a clinical pharmacist enters the order into the pharmacy information system that feeds the dispensing cabinetry, also located on the clinical floors, so meds are readily available for nurses to administer.
Using scanners and e-files, the physician order is sent to the pharmacy information system. These standalone systems only transmit the order in an image format, but the scanners are very high resolution and allow a pharmacist to zoom in for detail.
When used with the RxScan pharmacy information system, the RxScan 3800LR NDC bar code scanner scans bar codes on manufacturers' labels and automatically inserts the National Drug Codes for those medications into the pharmacist's prescription-filling system, eliminating keypunching errors and saving time.
With the automation products that we offer - robotic technology and point-of-administration scanning systems just like we see in the retail world and our HIS pharmacy information system - we can integrate pharmaceutical care so that at the point of prescribing the physician can do a drug utilization review, and at the point of administration the nurse can scan the product to make sure it is the right medication for the right patient at the right time.
Secondly, we anticipated difficulty in interfacing a CPOE system with our pharmacy information system. Also, we felt the product would be easy to implement and simple for nurses to use.
The products purchased include Cerner's pharmacy information system, as well as the applications for order management and provider documentation.
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