Healthcare Supply Chain Organizations: When a recall happens, are you prepared to:

  • Streamline the recall management process?
  • Establish timely, closed-loop communication?
  • Remediate affected inventory?
  • Control your liability risk?

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Healthcare Providers: When a recall happens, are you prepared to:

  • Reduce alert processing time?
  • Control your liability risk?

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Distributors and Wholesalers: For a product recall, how do you:

  • Know about recalls in a timely fashion?
  • Quarantine the affected product quickly?

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Manufacturers: For a product recall, how do you:

  • Communicate with your customers quickly?
  • Protect your brand and control your liability risk?

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RASMAS gives us a comprehensive view of all of the recalls and alerts that are being handled at Henry Ford. This insight is invaluable because it allows us to communicate recall information consistently and accurately to our customers throughout our many hospitals and clinics.

Health Safety and Recall News

Institute of Medicine report says FDA not fit to regulate HIT

November 14th, 2011 in Feature, News

Health information technology has been touted as crucial to better healthcare, but a new report says an entirely new regulatory agency is needed to oversee this largely unregulated sector, which can also injure or kill patients if it’s not operating properly. In pushing for a new oversight body, the respected Institute of Medicine, an independent [...]


Michigan HIE Puts Sustainability Into Play

November 8th, 2011 in News

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November 8th, 2011 in News