In 2001, Noblis—a nonprofit organization with a unique mission to use science, technology and strategy to serve the public good—identified the need for a user-friendly system that protects patients from recalled products in their facilities. Noblis launched RASMAS, a simple-to-use web-based service that tracks all alerts and product recalls, in 2004.

RASMAS streamlines the recall management communication process with new state–of–the–art engineering techniques. Its user-friendly design makes the recall management process fast, organized, and effective. Since its inception, RASMAS has helped healthcare organizations reduce alert processing time by up to 80 percent. RASMAS’ solution provides:

  • Aggregate recall notifications into a single source

  • Remediation through simplified workflow to final resolution and closure

  • Transparency to ensure recall policy accountability

  • Audit trail for immediate and thorough response to regulatory audits

  • Enterprise management for real-time reporting and evaluation

Healthcare facilities continue to join RASMAS in order to automate product alert distribution and electronically participate in provider remediation activities.

About Noblis:

Noblis works with a wide range of government and industry clients in the areas of national security, intelligence, transportation, healthcare, environmental sustainability, and enterprise engineering. Together with Noblis‘ wholly owned subsidiaries, Noblis ESI and Noblis NSP, Noblis solves difficult problems of national significance and supports clients’ most critical missions.

RASMAS is a part of Noblis Health Innovation. Noblis Health Innovation is a catalyst and trusted resource for innovative and constructive transformation in healthcare serving both government and non-government organizations. Noblis Health Innovation’s RASMAS service revolutionizes product safety and recall management systems within the healthcare supply chain.

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The RASMAS mission is to transform product safety and recall management across the healthcare supply chain by using innovation and collaboration to drive best practices and serve the public good.

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