Talyst Implements Over Four Hundred 340B Programs

KIRKLAND, Wash., Aug. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Talyst, a market leader in automated 340B processing, announces over four hundred 340B solution implementations.

Talyst offers a range of 340B solutions, including AutoSplit 340B, AutoSplit Contract Pharmacy and AutoSplit Fully Managed. Its AutoSplit® 340B software automatically monitors all pharmaceutical usage in a 340B-eligible healthcare organization to optimize 340B discounts. In addition, AutoSplit Contract Pharmacy allows eligible entities to capture increased savings. Talyst also offers the only fully-managed 340B solution that leverages their experts, ensuring covered entities are compliant and maximizing their 340B savings.

"It's important for our customers to be compliant within their 340B program, while optimizing 340B discounts," said Carla Corkern, Chief Executive Officer at Talyst. "With the additional savings, our customers are able to provide better and safer care to their patients."

About Talyst

Talyst is a leader in pharmacy automation and engineers the safer pharmacy. Our solutions provide enterprise-wide medication management across your entire health system to offer greater inventory control, enhanced workflow efficiency, and improved patient safety. As of 2012, Talyst has installed automated systems in more than 600 integrated healthcare systems, acute-care hospitals, long-term care facilities, and correctional institutions. We offer a powerful software platform with a suite of hardware components to meet your specific needs. Follow us on Twitter @Talyst_Inc or visit us at www.talyst.com.

SOURCE Talyst

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