LOS ANGELES, August 25, 2021 (Newswire.com) - NotiSphere has been selected to exhibit its Recall Alert Communications Platform at the Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange. Vizient, Inc., the nation's largest member-driven health care performance improvement company, will hold the Exchange virtually Sept. 21-23.
The annual Innovative Technology Exchange offers selected suppliers the unique opportunity to demonstrate their technologies to supply chain and clinical leaders from Vizient's member hospitals and subject matter experts who serve on their supply councils. Each technology will showcase how it improves clinical outcomes, enhances safety or drives incremental improvements to health care delivery or business models.
NotiSphere is transforming the way medical recalls are managed by electronically connecting suppliers and providers to communicate recall alerts. NotiSphere eliminates the need for thousands of repetitive paper communications by delivering medical supply recall alerts directly to the process owner at the provider site in real time. The use of NotiSphere ensures that relevant information is sent only to those impacted, significantly reducing the time-to-provider notification and improving the reliability and accuracy of the information received. By ensuring the first notification goes to the correct person immediately and allowing two-way communications, NotiSphere eliminates the need for repetitive notifications to achieve high response rates, increasing patient safety and lowering the cost of this process for suppliers.
Increased patient safety and a more efficient industry process do not need to come at a greater cost.
"We are delighted to bring NotiSphere to the Vizient Innovative Technology Exchange," said Guillermo Ramas, CEO and founder of NotiSphere. "The healthcare industry is long overdue for a single platform that directly connects healthcare providers and suppliers. Our ability to impact patient safety is an exciting and rewarding mission and we can't wait to show off NotiSphere at the forum."
"Suppliers apply to attend the Exchange hoping their product will be awarded an Innovative Technology contract, which signals health care providers of their product's unique qualities," said Debbie Archer, procurement compliance director, Vizient. "The selection process for which suppliers are chosen to exhibit at the Exchange is rigorous and this technology has earned a coveted position in this event."
The annual Innovative Technology Exchange is part of Vizient's Innovative Technology Program that includes product review of supplier-submitted technologies by member-led councils and task forces. Since 2003, Vizient has received over 2,800 technology submissions as part of its Innovative Technology Program.